Olaf (d. 2043) was a Norwegian soldier who was part of the German-led coalition that attempted to halt the Chinese invasion of Russia. As the coalition line in Ukraine collapsed in 2043, Olaf helped two Germans, Jürgen Sack and Gustav Pfeil find a field kitchen. When the position came under attack, Pfiel received an injury to the thigh. Sack began initial treatment. A Danish medic arrived, and Sack and Olaf agreed to act as stretcher carriers. They successfully carried Pfeil to a medical tent, then turned and left. While Sack and Olaf were making their way back towards the Trubezh River, a shell landed close to them. Sack was uninjured, but Olaf was caught directly in the explosion and killed.