The French Air Force has published this fascinating video showing a nuclear strike mission from beginning to end. Of course, the ASMP-A nuclear missile fired by that Rafale fighter didn't have an atomic warhead inside, but everything else is as real as it gets without starting World War III.
These images may or may not correspond to a refueling incident between a KC-135 Stratotanker and a French Air Force's Rafale jet fighter, but I don't really care because they are just an excuse to say that this is perhaps the coolest, most space-invaders-looking jet flying today.
This Dassault Rafale—a 4.5 generation twin-engined delta-wing jet fighter—was flying over Sion Air Base, Switzerland, when Niels Boswinkel captured it with his Canon 500D. I don't know where he's located but, even with zoom lens, it's too damn close.