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Horten

(hôr`tən), town (1995 pop. 16,059), Vestfold co., SE Norway, a port on the Oslofjord (an arm of the Skagerrak); chartered 1907. It is a commercial and industrial center. Horten was the main Norwegian naval base until after World War II, when its facilities were moved to Bergen.
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Heinz Scheidhauer continued his association with Horten after the war, piloting a Horten Ho XTVc glider over the Andes in 1955 to become the first man to fly over the South American Cordillera in a glider.
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