The day after a U.S. airstrike took out a prominent Iranian general in Iraq, the Selective Service System's website crashed. "World War III" was trending on Twitter. Young people on social media were wondering whether ignoring that fine print on their federal student loan applications was going to land them in boot camp. Veterans were musing about orders coming down to pluck them out of the Individual Ready Reserve. Others worried that stop-loss orders, which have required some troops to stay in uniform beyond their end of contract date, would be making a comeback. One person said stop-loss orders "kept military families in turmoil" after 9/11. Military.com checked in with a military personnel expert and historian to help cut through the confusion and find out what is -- and what isn't -- likely when it comes to the draft, stop-loss and recalling veterans to service. Read more on Military.com.