Are all wars that your country has been involved in JUSTIFIABLE, if only for the reason that soldiers died in them? I ask this question from the point of view of an observer. I really would like to hear the point of view of a soldier who has served in the U.S. wars in Korea, Vietnam or Iraq or one who plans to serve. One can obviously make the case that WWI and WWII were justifiable from a moral, economic and political point of view. But what of the wars that have generated discussion and debate? Many times our country has told us that we need only look to a soldier who has served (especially if they have been injured), the family who has lost a loved one, or an injured soldier, and that it will make the war JUSTIFIABLE. However, I have known soldiers (especially from the Vietnam war) who have come home injured (physically and mentally) yet have fought for the truth in holding our government accountable. Also, how would you feel if the war you fought in was deemed to be UNJUSTIFIABLE by the public at large and the government was found to have lied about it?