British soldiers are told to 'scrub' Facebook accounts of all uniform pictures and to jog in pairs for fear of new Lee Rigby-style ISIS attacks
* Worrying memo told 14,000 soldiers at bases in Wiltshire to 'stay vigilant'
* Servicemen told to scrub their accounts to avoid attracting attention
* Comes as two 'Middle Eastern' men tried to abduct serviceman in Norfolk
* Man in late 20s was out jogging when they tried to bundle him into a van
British soldiers have been told to 'scrub' their social media accounts of uniform pictures and instructed to jog in pairs to avoid being targeted by jihadists.
A troubling memo ordering staff to 'remain vigilant' was sent to soldiers at bases in Bulford, Tidworth and Larkhill, Wiltshire, where 14,000 people are garrisoned.
It comes as two men, reportedly of a Middle-Eastern appearance, tried to abduct a serviceman in his late 20s near RAF Marham in Norfolk.
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Update: FORCES FACEBOOK FEAR British soldiers told to ‘scrub’ their social media pages of evidence they serve in the Army to avoid being targeted by ISIS (The Sun).
WNU Editor: The top brass must be receiving some alarming intel for them to send out this advisory.