The Ulster Defence Association is a political, paramilitary group located in Northern Ireland. Formed on September 1971, the group has an Ulster Loyalism agenda and has been classified as a terrorist organization. The group also defends loyalist regions subject to Irish republican paramilitary attack. The UDA supports the idea of keeping Northern Ireland a part of the United Kingdom and opposing any plans to unify Ireland and separate the homeland from the UK. The faction's allies include the the Loyalist Volunteer Force and Red Hand Defenders. The UDA has taken part in conflicts, including the Troubles, Milltown Cemetery attack, Castlerock killings, and Greysteel massacre.
Battle vs. Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (by Omnicube1)Edit
Five LTTE's members patrol an abandoned, Buddhist temple in the dense jungles of Sri Lanka. Each are equipped with different weapons, the leader wields the Sterling Submachine-gun, three of his soldier's carry Vz. 58 rifles, one shoulders a RPO-A Shmel, and all carry the sacred Piha Kaetta knife. The settle down and rest after five hours of patrolling the jungles. They hear rustling from beyond and see a UDA operative walk out of the bushes, zipping his pants up after taking a leak. The LTTE squad leader smirks at him and the UDA soldier smiles weakly back. The squad leader fires his Sterling at him. Four UDA members gather their weapons, their leader wields an HK33, two carry M3 Grease Guns, while one handles an IED gently and stays behind. The three Irishmen charge out firing their guns. They are able to kill a Tiger. The remaining Tigers run for cover behind the ruins. One LTTE soldier pops up and fires his Vz. 58 and kills one UDA member. But their leader fires his HK33 and rips the Tiger's head open. His fellow LTTE operative stares horrendously at the open head. He screams in anger and rage and fires the RPO-A Shmel. It kills one UDA member and wounds their squad leader. The wounded soldier struggles over to a M3 Grease Gun and kills the rocket-launcher toting Sri Lankan. The LTTE squad leader rushes up to him, draws his Piha Kaetta, and carves open the man's neck. They see the remaining UDA soldier and chase after him. The Tiger leader is out of breath and urges his comrades to go on. Unknowingly, they trip the IED and it detonates, killing both of them. The LTTE member gazes in horror and chases after the UDA operative. He catches up to him and throws his Piha Kaetta at him. It lands in the Irishmen's lower back, but does not kill him. He pulls it out and throws it away. He draws his KA-BAR and tries to stab the Sri Lankan. He fails to and begins to lose his strength. The Tiger punches him several times in the face. He then grabs him by the throat and throws him into a nearby pond. He then picks up his Piha Kaetta, walks up to the UDA soldier and carves open his stomach. He raises the knife in the air and shouts, "விக்டரி!"
The Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam were able to win due to their superior weapons. The Piha had a longer blade, the Sterling was more accurate, the Vz. 58 had a larger capacity, and the RPO-A had larger range, all of which lead them to a victory.