Tech Report: The KC-46A Pegasus Published Aug. 19, 2015 Air Force News Service FORT GEORGE G. MEADE, Md. (AFNS) -- For over 50 years the KC-135 Stratotanker has been the Air Force's premiere in-flight refueling tanker -- but that's all about to change. The KC-46A Pegasus, which has more refueling capacity and enhanced capabilities, improved efficiency, and increased capabilities for cargo and aeromedical evacuation than the aging KC-135, will provide aerial refueling support to the Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps as well as allied nation coalition force aircraft. The KC-46A will be able to refuel any fixed-wing receiver capable aircraft on any mission. This aircraft is equipped with a modernized KC-10 refueling boom integrated with proven fly-by-wire control system and delivering a fuel offload rate required for large aircraft. The Air Force Tech Report is a video series that airs every other week and gives viewers a quick look at current technology the Air Force uses to fly, fight and win.