National Army

National Army may also refer to:

  • National Revolutionary Army, the national army of the Republic of China in 1925–1947, know has the National Army after 1928
  • National Army (USA), the 1917 army of the United States of America
  • The Irish National Army (1921–1924), the military force of the Irish Free State during the Irish Civil War
  • National Army (Suriname), the Suriname army of 1980, when the Surinamese armed forces changed name
  • National Army (Azerbaijan), a branch of the Azerbaijan Republic Armed forces
  • National Army (Spanish Civil War), the "Ejército Nacional", Nationalist rebel forces in the Spanish Civil War
  • National Army of Colombia, the land military force of the government of Colombia and the largest service of the Colombian Armed Forces
  • National Army of Guatemala, "Ejercito Nacional de Guatemala", a branch of the military of Guatemala
  • National Army of Uruguay, "Ejército Nacional", a branch of the armed forces of Uruguay
  • Dominican Army, Ejército Nacional de la República Dominicana, a branch of the Military of the Dominican Republic
  • National Army of Venezuela, one of the four professional branches of the Armed Forces of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela
  • National Army, a playable faction in the EA computer game Battlefield Heroes

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