A soldier based in Hawaii has pleaded guilty to helping the Daesh terrorist group, admitting that he planned to join the terror outfit and attack a US base in Hawaii.
Sgt. 1st Class Ikaika Kang told a US magistrate judge on Wednesday he’s guilty of all four counts to four counts of attempting to provide material support to Daesh, including a drone that was meant to track US troops in Iraq and Syria.
“Your honor, I provided unclassified, classified documents to the Islamic State,” Kang said at the court, using another synonym for Daesh.
The data handed over to terrorists included voluminous, digital documents that included sensitive information including the US military’s weapons file, details about a sensitive mobile airspace management system, various military manuals and documents containing personal information about US service members, according to Assistant US Attorney Ken Sorenson.
Kang started to follow the terror outfit since…