Not sure. When I was in the Air Force, we had KC-10s (based on the DC 10) and KC-135s (based on the 707).
I know other branches also use helicopters, C-130s and a smattering of other fixed wings (can't recall them at the moment).
The new X-37B (see more here) and the recent successful testing will likely spell the end of the RS-90 program - for costs if nothing else.
As I write this, a second "X"-37 is under construction.
What that programs final designation will be is up in the air, no pun here of course, but I would suggest XL-6 (Exoatmospheric - Load-carrying) and 5th of the series, with the ill-fated USAF (X-20A) Dyna-soar from 1963 as the XL-1.
The Prime, Asset, X-23, and X-24 programs would then be the XL-2 theu -5 respectfully. The old Dyna-MOWS (Manned Orbital Weapons System) falls outside of the space-recce meme.
And everyone is getting excited about a **possible** new Chinese J-20 fighter....... pshaw.