The Norwegian Army (Norwegian: Hæren) is the land warfare service branch of the Norwegian Armed Forces. The Army is the oldest of the Norwegian service branches, established as a modern military organization under the command of the King of Norway in 1628. The Army participated in various continental wars during the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries as well, both in Norway and abroad, especially in World War II (1939–1945). It constitutes part of the Norwegian military contribution as a charter member of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) since 1949.
|Allegiance||Kingdom of Norway|
|Branch||Norwegian Armed Forces|
|Motto(s)||For alt vi har. Og alt vi er.|
("For everything we have. And everything we are").
|Chief of Defence||General Eirik Kristoffersen|
|Chief of the Army||Major general Lars Lervik|