James McCain Biography, Age, Siblings, Father (John McCain), Wife, Military
James McCain Biography
James McCain Bio
James McCain is the son of late senator John McCain and Cindy McCain born on 21st May 1988 in Arizona, U.S. He serves as a U.S. Army Officer and had previously served as a U.S. marine corp for his country in Iraq and Afghanistan.
|James McCain Age||30 years as of 2018; born on 21st May 1988|
|James McCain Parents||John McCain, Cindy McCain|
|James McCain Siblings||Meghan McCain, Bridget McCain, John Sidney McCain IV, Andrew McCain, Sidney McCain, Douglas McCain|
|James McCain Wife||Holly Rose|
|James McCain Grandparents||Roberta McCain and John S.McCain Jr|
James McCain Wedding
In 2016 Jimmy married Holly Rose
— Cindy McCain (@cindymccain) April 17, 2016
Jimmy McCain Military
Jimmy enlisted in the U,S Marines at the age of 17 and his mother had to sign consent forms for his medical examination. He handed out footballs to residents in Iraq and conducted house-to-house patrols, the British newspaper reported, equating his service to that of Britain’s Prince Harry.
Jimmy choose to join military as opposed to Navy as he “didn’t want to be in the shadow of his father,” a friend of James McCain told The New York Times.
When Jimmy was deployed to Iraq senator McCain tried to keep him out of the news because he feared news coverage could make his son a target. The news didn’t keep.
In 2008, newspapers in the United States and throughout the world published the fact that Jimmy McCain, who was then 19-years-old, was serving in Iraq.
According to The Independent, McCain even managed to keep his son’s presence in Iraq quiet when he flew overseas to have dinner with the troops. McCain was a supporter of the Iraq War. “We really never talk about our sons. We have two sons in the military but we never talk about it, if that’s all right. I am so proud of both of them,” John McCain told Fox News of Jimmy and his brother, Jack.
The pic is the day my veteran returned from war. Thank you veterans for your service and your sacrifice. pic.twitter.com/EiDG6hnbvO
— Cindy McCain (@cindymccain) November 11, 2013