The name of Seversky Aviation Corporation was changed to Republic Aviation Corporation. The renamed company began production of the P-43 Lancer, which had been developed from the P-35 and XP-41 Seversky designs. Their P-44 Rocket proposal was rejected in favor of the P-47 Thunderbolt (aka Jug), which was their primary product and their important contribution to the war effort. The XP-69 proposal was rejected in favor of the XP-72, basically a re-engined P-47, which did not go into service. By the end of the war, they had the XF-12 Rainbow and the Seabee in prototype, but neither saw wartime service.
Republic partnered with Ford to produce the JB-2 Loon clone of the German V-1 buzz-bomb.
- Seversky P-35 single-engined single-seat fighter
- AT-12 Guardsman two-seat trainer conversion of P-35
- XP-41 re-engined P-35
- P-43 Lancer single-engined single-seat fighter
- P-44 Rocket proposed re-engined P-43
- P-47 Thunderbolt single-engined single-seat fighter
- XP-69 proposed single-engined single-seat fighter, pusher
- XP-72 developmental re-engined P-47
- JB-2 Loon pilotless pulse-jet cruise missile
- XF-12 Rainbow developmental four-engined strategic reconnaissance plane
- "Dive-Bomber and Pursuit" features a drawing of three 2PA Guardsman planes flying echelon right and portrayed in a diving attack. 2PA was the armed export version of the AT-12 Guardsman.
- "Cue to Air Defense" features a drawing of three P-43s in moderate climb, seen from 3 o'clock. Planes ahave "meatball" insignia, rudder stripes.
- "Reporting for Duty" features a drawing of a P-43 Lancer on final approach, gear down, seen from 2 o'clock low. Plane has "meatball" insignia and rudder stripes.
- "The 'Impossibles' of War Come to Pass" shows a P-47 on the firing range. Viewpoint is from under the right wing, just outboard and aft of the landing gear. Empty casings fill the front of the frame and tracer paths show the effect of converging fire.
- "Zero Hour" features a drawing of a bubble-top P-47 shooting down a plane, flying over a stylized view of the east coast of Asia, with Tokyo marked on the image of Honshu.
- "Bird's Eye View" shows the panel of a late-model P-47 with reflector sight. The ad includes color thumbnail images of 13 of the Air Force patches.