In The Last Jedi, the Resistance attacked a First Order dreadnought in space using proton bombs deployed from MG-100 StarFortress SF-17 bombers. The bombs were "dropped" from the "bottom" of the bomber (as seen from the perspective of the pilot).
Is the MG-100 capable of carrying and deploying forward-launched ordnance (such as proton torpedoes)? The TIE bomber can deploy such ordnance:
The ordnance bay was divided into two sections. The forward ordnance bay carried either eight concussion missiles or four proton torpedoes. The main ordnance bay carried either four proton torpedoes and eight concussion missiles, or eight proton bombs and sixty-four thermal detonators, or six orbital mines, or even stormtroopers. Located underneath the ordnance pod was a bomb chute connected to the ship's targeting systems, a T-s7b targeting computer and a 398X bomb sight. The pod also featured a missile port that allowed for front-launching and torpedoes.
The ordnance bay of the TIE bomber which can deploy forward-launching weapons can be seen on the left side of the bomber here:
However, I don't see a port on the MG-100 to deploy forward-launching ordnance except maybe near the "top" of the bomber:
Wookieepedia's article on the MG-100 only mentions that it has a few laser cannons and can carry proton bombs. Aside from the laser cannons (which aren't really used for bombing), is the MG-100 only capable of "dropping" bombs?