An A10 Thunderbolt II gets refueled by KC 135 Stratotanker. Scenes include the A10 Thunderbolt II flying up to the tanker and refueling.
History Channel: The most feared aircraft in the Air Force arsenal, the A-10 Tankbuster was the first aircraft in U.S. aviation history designed specifically for Close Air Support. From its first taste of battle in Desert Storm to the recent assault on Baghdad, the A-10 carries enough weaponry into battle to disable 16 main battle tanks, and with its amazing 30 millimeter 7-barrelled cannon, the "Flying Gun" dominates the skies. Features interviews with A-10 pilots, many of whom flew in Operation Iraqi Freedom.
This video is of an A-10 Inter-Combat-Turnaround (ICT). It demostrates the warlike capabilities of the US Air Force reading an aircraft for its next mission. The ICT typically takes 35-45 minutes time, to refuel and reload an aircraft for its next mission.