When we bought into the Reaper CAV Kickstarter to get a bunch of N-scale tanks and infantry, we also received some aircraft for close air support. They had been languishing in my to-be-painted pile for some time. I had to subject them to steam to bend them back into shape. Then I sprayed them either black or brown, depending on the color scheme I was going to paint them. The Rusotleum camouflage brown did not cause the Bones material to get sticky, but the Krylon matte black did. Usually I can fix this with a coat of Army Painter anti-shine matte finish, but my local hobby store has been out for over a month. I usually try to support my local store, but after four trips, I ordered three cans directly from Army painter, and they were cheaper!
I haven’t decide if these will be units that get placed on the table or whether they will be merely close air support like in the WWII set. I suspect the speed and range of these will be such that it is impractical to place them on the table. Until I decide, I haven’t based them.
I painted them in pairs by camouflage pattern. Ideally each commander who gets close air support might get two with a distinguishing camouflage pattern to keep them straight on the table.
As I have not back story or specific theater of operations in mind, the camouflage schemes are all over the map. I even did a couple in solid olive and solid brown.