One Intercept Packet can intercept each enemy Mission Packet (so if two Mission Packets are going to a hex, there can there be two Intercept Packets, one specifically intercepting each Mission Packet).
Does it really mean this:
If there are 2 enemy Mission Packets and 2 Intercept Packets, will each Intercept Packet engage with each enemy Mission Packet? So, will each enemy Mission Packet fight twice ?
And there will be two counterattacks on each interceptor packet if 2 escort packets are present ?
but it's very différent from the exemple where i undestand that each intercept will fight only one target.
AIR MISSION STACKING EXAMPLE: One Mission Group in a hex can conduct a CAS Strike while another is transporting Airborne units to drop there. Alternatively, two Interdict Missions could be allowed in the same hex, provided they were striking two different target units.