CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - Two of the men on an online ISIS hit list have addresses in the Charleston area, according to CBS News.
Joint Base Charleston is coordinating with federal and local authorities about an online ISIS hit list. The list names 100 service members spread across the country.
According to a report by the Associated Press, the names, photos and addresses of the military members posted online by a group calling itself the Islamic State Hacking Division were not stolen from confidential government files, Defense Secretary Ash Carter said Monday.
"The information that was posted by ISIL was information taken from social websites and publicly available," Carter said. "It wasn't stolen from any (Defense Department) websites or any confidential databases."
Live 5 News asked if any of the military service members whose information were posted are here in Charleston, and JBC officials replied,"Out of concern for the safety of these DOD service members, we are unable to acknowledge their current duty station."
"Gov. Haley has been and continues to be in touch with federal authorities to make sure those who are protecting our families remain safe," said the governor's press secretary Chaney Adams.