This chapter examines the results of research into Afghan veterans’ web sites. Using empirical evidence, the author analyses the role of web sites devoted to the Afghan War in the creation process of collective memory. Through this discussion, the author attempts to delineate a generalized format model for how the veterans work to unite together through the virtual world. The internet is becoming an alternative forum for the public presentation of individual and collective memory, but, as a result of the fragmentation and thematic multiplicity of local sites, memory of the war is reflected on the internet as if in a kaleidoscopic array of virtual ‘mirrors’.