Jens-Anton Poulsson (1918-2010) was a Norwegian military officer. During World War II he was a Norwegian resistance member, especially noted for his role in the heavy water sabotage 1942–1943. Poulsson returned to Norway by parachute in 1944 to help organise more resistance groups, taking over command when Major Leif Tronstad was killed. He stayed on in the army after the war, serving with Scandinavian UN peacekeeping units in Gaza and elsewhere. He was appointed colonel in 1968.