I support the troops regardless of what engagement they are involved in. They put their lives on the line every day so we can enjoy the freedoms we do have.
Supporting the War, and supporting the troops who fight the war are two very different things. If you have an issue with the war, that's something you take up with your Local Government Representative.
Obviously, this is a very personal subject for me. My family has a very long Military history dating back to 1700's and beyond. I've had family fight in every major world conflict with the exception of the Two Iraq wars.
My Uncle Harry was spat on and called a Baby killer when the USS Ticonderoga (CV-14) returned from duty during the Vietnam war, and he never once set foot in the country, and he was just a Machinist Mate, and never saw combat.
My Uncle Tony, who was in the Marine Corps, watched in horror has his childhood friend was shot and killed by a child with a AK-47, when he returned from Vietnam, he was never the same, and is still a recluse living in the Mountains of Washington State.
My Father, who was in the Canadian Military (He is now retired, Honorably Discharged after 25 years of service), was part of the Peacekeeping task force that was sent to Bosnia to deal with the Genocide that was taking place there. He still doesn't talk about what he saw there.
My self personally, I have no intentions to join the armed forces, I'm not physically able to do so (My back and knee are shot after a Car Accident when I was young), but having been in a military family, and being a base brat most of my life, I know quite a few people who are serving overseas. Out of the 120 Canadian Soldiers who have died in Afghanistan, 16 of them I know personally.
While I don't support Wars in general, You, as a member of the Armed Forces, will always have my never ending, and undying support.
Stay alert, stay safe.