After two World War II-era oil tankers were destroyed in 1942 by a German submarine, the neighboring land was confiscated by the federal government to be turned into a military airfield. Abandoned afterward, Georgian descendants of those landowners have been waiting 80 years for broken promises to be made right — and for land to be restored to the family. Complicating matters, the area has become a federal reserve home to a once-endangered species of stork. Joie Chen visited Townsend, GA to see what efforts are being made to find common ground. 

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