The modern Norwegian Army was founded in the first half of the 17th century.
The Army is the largest of the armed services in Norway, with a peacetime strength of 15,000 (including civilian employees), and approx. 89,000 after mobilization.
The Army is mainly located in two areas, mid-Troms and the south-eastern part of the country, with other special units like the King's Guards (HMKG) and the border guards placed elsewhere).
- Heistadmoen - HV-03 and HMKG
- Jørstadmoen - SBUKS
- Huseby leir - HMKG
- Rena leir - KAMPUKS and HJK
- Haslemoen - KAMPUKS
- Terningmoen - KAMPUKS
- Sessvollmoen - LOGUKS and MUKS
- Skjold - Brig. N
- Setermoen - Brig. N
- Bardufoss - Brig. N
- Posangermoen - Garnisonen i Porsanger
- Høybuktmoen - Garnisonen i Sør-Varanger
- Leopard 1 - Main Battle Tank (being replaced by the Leopard 2)
- Leopard 2 - Main Battle Tank
- CV9030 - infantry fighting vehicle
- SISU Armoured Personell Carrier
- M113 Armoured Personell Carrier
- M577 Armoured Personell Carrier (HQ version of the M113 with heightened roof)
General Purpose Vehicles
- A wide range of Mercedes Benz Gelanderwagens, softskin, hardtop, and armoured versions, allthough the MB 240 softskin is the most widely used version.
- Nissan Terrano II
- Toyota Landcruiser
- Scania P90 trucks
- Lynx 5900 Snowmobile