A U.S. Army soldier in Hawaii swore allegiance to ISIS, kissed their flag, and had a plan to "go to downtown Honolulu and Waikiki strip and start shooting," prosecutors say.

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A federal judge on July 24 scheduled a trial date in September for Wheeler Army Airfield soldier Ikaika Kang on four counts of trying to provide support to ISIS.

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The Army Sergeant who spent six weeks training at Alabama's Fort Rucker a year before his arrest on terrorism-related charges told undercover agents he wanted to "kill a bunch of people" and expressed the desire to pour Drano in a co-worker's eyes, according to court documents.

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