An Oklahoman is on a new list telling ISIS members to kill United States military personnel.
Islamic militants started an online campaign calling for the deaths of 100 U.S. service men and women.
The Pentagon is asking local police forces to help protect service men and women on that list, including one from Enid.
The list was released Monday by a group called "The Islamic State Hacking Division." It shows photos of the service men and women and calls for their deaths.
It lists their names, addresses and rankings. Most of them are Air Force and Navy.
We will not identify that person or the branch of the military, only that the service member is being listed from Enid. That person is among the 100 currently being contacted by the Department of Defense as they notify those on the list.
The military is also asking all personnel to take down any personal information online, as a precaution.