Orland Park police notified after airman’s name appears on ISIS hit list

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ORLAND PARK, Ill. — The Pentagon says it is contacting dozens of U.S. military personnel who were named in an ISIS hit list over the weekend.

Officials say they are not in imminent danger.

Orland Park police tell WGN, they were notified by federal authorities that an airman on the list may live in Orland Park.

The list included names, pictures, and addresses of some current and former service members.

It’s not clear though if the information was hacked, or just found online.

The Daily Beast reports a majority of the people on the list appeared on a public website created to promote the U.S. military after the 9/11 attacks.

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