Uef icon bomber2 antinavy UEF T2 Torpedo Bomber: Stork[e]
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Torpedo bomber. Armed with a payload of Angler torpedoes.
Build Costs Energy icon -4800
Mass icon -240
Time icon 1600
Max Health Health icon 860
15 (Air)
Fuel icon10:00
Veterancy UEF veteran icon Kills icon 2 ( Health icon +2/s)
Intel (Radius) Vision: 32
Sonar: 90
Anti Navy - Torpedo
DPS 60
Torpedo  Damage
Salvo Size
Reload time
2 Torpedos (in 1.7 s)
13 seconds
Range (min - max) 4 - 42
Damage radius

The UEF T2 Torpedo Bomber, nicknamed the Stork, is a UEF bomber and torpedo unit. It is very maneuverable and deadly to subs and ships, especially in swarms.

As with other faction Torpedo Bombers, the Stork is difficult to hit with anti-air turrets due to its agility, cross section, and speed. Like the other Torpedo Bombers, it will require air-to-air interception or an exceptionally large anti-air navy to defeat a large group of Storks. Also note that missile AA is completely deadly to Storks, and should be avoided at all times.

The Stork has the slowest torpedo speed and torpedo range of any other faction's Torpedo Bombers, and is sometimes completely ineffective at hitting targets that are running in the same direction as the Stork at full speed. Micro-managing your Storks by commanding them to attack from head-on can counter this drawback.

The Stork, like the other factions' Torpedo Bombers, is very capable against high-health naval units, especially those with low maneuverability, and a small group of Storks can destroy a T2 or T3 naval force in short order. For the best results, combine your Stork bombers with interceptors or fighters and Broadsword gunships when possible to secure a quick victory with minimal losses.


The UEF's Torpedo Bomber closely resembles the P-38 Lightning, a multi-purpose bomber used throughout World War II by the United States most notably in the Pacific.

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An Idle UEF Stork

A Stork dodged sonic pulses

A Stork evades a stunning number of shots from ground units.

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