National Liberation Army is the name of several groups:
- Armée de Libération Nationale, a liberation movement in the Algerian War of Independence
- Irish National Liberation Army, an Irish Republican group active during The Troubles, currently on ceasefire
- Macedonian National Liberation Army, a partisan detachment during the People's Liberation War of Macedonia in World War II
- National Liberation Army (Albanians of Macedonia), a militant group in the 2001 insurgency in the Republic of Macedonia
- National Liberation Army (Bolivia), a Marxist-Leninist movement during the 1960s and 1970s
- National Liberation Army (Colombia), an active movement associated with the Colombian Civil War
- National Liberation Army (Peru)
- National Liberation Army (Libya), the armed forces of Libyan rebels during the Libyan civil war
- National Liberation Army (Yugoslavia), another name of the Yugoslav WWII resistance movement, the Partisans
- National Liberation Army of Iran, an active liberation movement based in Iran
- National Movement for the Liberation of Azawad, which refers to its fighters as the National Liberation Army
- Kosovo Liberation Army, also known as the National Liberation Army of Kosovo
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