The report contains the names and information of 64 Americans who traveled to Syria and/or Iraq since 2011 and affiliated with jihadist groups active in those countries.
- The average age at the time of travel was around 27 years of age.
- 89% of the dataset are men.
- At least 70.4% were U.S. citizens or legal permanent residents prior to departure.
- Travelers came from 16 different states; the states
with the highest rates of travelers are Minnesota,
Virginia, and Ohio.
- Upon arrival in Syria, 82.8% affiliated with the Islamic
State (IS), while the remainder (17.2%) affiliated with
other jihadist groups.
- 22 travelers (34.4%) are believed to have died in Syria. 12 (18.8%) were apprehended in the U.S. or overseas, 3 (4.7%) returned to the U.S. without facing
- 28 travelers (43.8%) are at large, or their
status and whereabouts are publicly unavailable.
- 12 travelers (18.7%) returned to the U.S. The majority
(75%) of returned travelers were arrested and charged.