|Michael D. Prysner|
|Born||June 15, 1983|
|Political party||Party for Socialism and Liberation|
|Residence||New York, NY|
|Alma mater||Florida Atlantic University|
|Service/branch||United States Army|
|Years of service||2001-2005|
Michael Prysner (born June 15, 1983) is an American political activist. He is the co-founder of March Forward!, an organization of active-duty members of the US military and veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars who encourages current active-duty service personnel to resist deployment.
Prysner is a US Army veteran who served in Iraq. His rank was corporal. According to Prysner, his duties in Iraq included ground surveillance, home raids and the interrogation of prisoners, and these experiences led him to take a radical anti-war stand.
In 2008, Prysner ran a write-in campaign for the US House of Representatives for Florida's 22nd congressional district (Boca Raton).
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