There have been several warnings from the Pentagon for service members and their families about being targets of ISIS at home.  The terror group released a 'kill list' this spring targeting Americans at home, including one Idaho town.    Idaho's most friendly town, Bonners Ferry, Idaho is one of the several US cities that ISIS has named in a publication which was published early in May.  They're urging their members to hunt and kill military personnel who live in over fifty-five American cities.  The Pentagon has directed personnel to limit or remove their social media presence.  The story was broken by CBS News, which obtained a copy of the 'kill list,'

'According to the publication, ISIS urges followers and sympathizers in the U.S. to kill the servicemen. Specific personnel on the list are largely from the U.S. Air Force and U.S. Navy - branches of the country's military that have conducted massive air strikes against ISIS.'

'The Pentagon says the targeted appeared to be compiled from public sources -- anything from news articles to Facebook posts that could have linked them to attacks on the terrorist group. Officials with the Pentagon say some members were incorrectly identified, but right or wrong, it's still a threat.' from CBS News.

Recently the Pentagon raised the threat level at US Military Facilities to Bravo after reports of ISIS activity in the US.  The Pentagon continues to monitor the situation and asks for your help in eliminating this threat.