Should your base encounter hostiles, the Bomber Wing is equipped with explosive damage, and launches directly from your fleet bay.
The Bomber Wing is an event explosive type squadron wing. It was available in the event Reclamation. It serves as the ship counterpart of the Bomber squadron for carriers. They are the most popular squadron amongst players. They are similar to Bomber squadrons in appearance, except they have an orange/yellow aura about the strikecraft.
They are powerful options compared to other squadron wings to be equipped on fleet bays, they have the highest amount of firepower and well rounded range. They also have the highest amount of armor. Their attributes are exactly the same as their carrier variant, except it has 500 meters more scramble range. Like all wings, they have a high range and are a significant threat against all types of base attacks, ranging from blitz attacks to fleets of destroyers attacking from long range.
The Bomber wing is a necessary addition to any fleet bay, carrying explosive weaponry capable of dealing massive damage to oncoming threats.
— In-Game Description
Bomber wings are most lethal, and given the very wide coverage area of Bomber wings, they are highly desirable and essential for adequate base defense. Their high range can quickly inflict damage to decoy cruisers at long range and debilitate incoming blitz attack fleets charging in. Like all squadron wings, they can be destroyed by any weapon, explosive weapons in particular are more suitable as they have an explosive radius.
They are as heavy a squadron wing, fleet bays housing maximum number of level III Bomber wings are relatively lightly armored and shielded.
This is the first wing, or base squadron, introduced.
Its appearance is identical to its ship counterpart, the Bomber squadron, the only difference is the bomber wing has some bright yellow effects on them, most probably to prevent mixing them up with carrier launched bombers.
The Bomber wing has identical stats to its counterpart, the Bomber squadron, except for its range, which is 9,000 metres instead of 8,500 metres.