I would not volunteer for an army with conscripts. They are unreliable; they are infamous for breaking rank, allowing lines to fall and retreating. The unit I served with has always been volunteers only.
I would not support a draft, regardless of circumstance. Either the will to win exists, or it doesn't. I believe that holds true for individuals as well as units and countries.
First, I did serve, and for a very long time, as enlisted and officer in the infantry of the United States Army. I do not believe in the draft, for two reasons. One, our Army is of a much higher caliber war fighting capability as a professional, volunteer force than at any time in the past when it relied on the draft. That is true in any organizational behavior. People perform a lot better when they want to be there.
Two, I just don't believe in the draft. I don't believe the government has any business telling its citizens who its enemies are, pulling them off their farms or out of their homes, then sending them here and there to kill people that have never done them any harm at all. Those old boogeyman stories about "well, if we don't go and fight the Hun over there, then he'll be over here in no time," are tactics of the past when people could easily be boondoggled.
"The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice"---Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.