ISIS has called on sympathizers to carry out attacks on more than 70 U.S. and NATO air force bases across the world, South Korea’s intelligence agency said Sunday.
The militant group’s hacking organization, the United Cyber Caliphate, published addresses and Google satellite maps of U.S. air force units in South Korea, CNNreported, citing South Korea’s National Intelligence Service (NIS).
Osan Air Base, located roughly 40 miles from Seoul, was among the 77 facilities listed as targets.
ISIS also released information on individuals in 21 nations, NIS said in a statement. The terror group reportedly released personal information about a South Korean welfare organization employee, who has now been placed under protection.