KC-135 Stratotanker refueling aircraft likely out of (relatively) nearby McGuire Air Force Base. 108th wing of the New Jersey National Guard. The fueling boom mostly reinserts into the airplane once fueling is complete, but a bit sticks out, and that is evident here. Note the black nose cone as well. It looks like you picked up the warning light/strip down the middle of the fuselage. It is for increased visibility for refueling. That entire process is dangerous. You also captured the boom operator bulge near the tail of the plane.
You should send folks at the 108th wing your photo. Give them the approximate location, date and time of the capture. They'll know who was flying. I'm sure the photo will make its way to the pilots. They would get a kick out it. That is a view I doubt they ever get.
Yeah! My daughter's been on the receiving end of that transfer and has some harrowing anecdotes. And, when you need that fuel... you really need that fuel! I think it's pretty awesome. Me. I was in the Navy... and we had other brands of harrowing...
And yes... super picture! Over the years, I snagged one plane crossing the moon and one crossing the sun... the 1st one actually saw it approaching, so asked my Son to snap the shutter, knowing that he's a better marksman, and doesn't choke under pressure. The solar one, I just got lucky, while taking pictures. We're country, so planes are "at altitude" in our skies. Tom