I'm ex-military and would risk my life to defend the Constitution of the United States. Certainly given the direction of the country and given the socialistic path, one needs to be prepared to actually fight against the country in order to protect the ideals set forth under the Constitution. So fighting for country is more accurately fighting for the basic ideals set forth, such as inalienable rights of man that a moral ethical country is founded on.
Therefore, I'm willing to die to secure the rights of men, women and children to live free in the future. Because life without liberty is merely existing. Freedom is the essential factor in living life, regardless of what one deems to be living a fulfilling life.
The real question is not so much whether or not you are willing to die (which is easy), but rather do you have the intestinal fortitude and intellectual conviction to stand tall on your principles and kill for what you believe in?