The Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America recently rated each member of Congress on how their voting record showed actual support for the troops (as opposed to their lip service). They tallied votes on issues that would affect personnel currently serving abroad (funding for body armor, medical supplies, etc.); care for discharged, disabled veterans (long-term care, access to VA facilities); pensions for surviving family members of soldiers killed in action; and educational, job-training, and other benefits for returning soldiers. The complete list of proposed legislation on which they based their rating can be found here. You can see how your representatives voted here. Incidentally, all six of the Senators who received 'F' ratings (Burr, Coburn, DeMint, Isakson, Sessions, and Vitter), were Republicans. All thirteen of the Senators who received at least an A- (Cantwell, Clinton, Dayton, Dodd, Dorgan, Durbin, Kohl, Mikulski, Murray, Bill Nelson, Reed, Reid, Stabenow), were Democrats.