There is no need to invade Iran nor Syria. Any "necessary attacks" would be aircraft or special forces; professionals, not drafted soldiers.
The Selective Service board revised the draft, but there are no attempts to use it. Read the Snopes article:
In the words of retired Lt. Col. Leonard Wong:
"The draft would be the Army's worst nightmare," said retired Lt. Col. Leonard Wong, now a research professor at the U.S. Army War College at
Carlisle Barracks. "We have a high quality Army because we have people who want to be in it. Our volunteer force is really a professional force. You
can't draft people into a profession."
Which means most of the population 18 to 26 doesn't have the skills required for a modern professional US Army.
They don't want you.
We're talking about Senate Bill 89 (S. 89), and House Bill 163 ( H. R. 163).
Senate Bill 89 was introduced by Mr. HOLLINGS, i.e. Senator Hollings, a Democrat
of South Carolina.
House Bill 163 was introduced by Mr. RANGEL, i.e. Rep. Charles B. Rangel, a Democrat
of New York.
Here's the story: Both these bills were introduced to discredit the current administration. If I remember right, one was never voted on, and the
other got two votes. It was an attempt to frighten the population, and change the voting patterns. It didn't work, hardly anyone believes that the
draft will happen.
Having said that, ask me again in a year, the world changes...
My opinion, everyone should have 3 to 6 months of military training. It's good for you. But it's true that the military profession, in general,
should be left to those whose heritage and honor compels them to want to protect their country.
And last, but not least, I give you Russ Vaughn's poem; "The Sheepdogs"