Jack McCain (John Sidney McCain IV ) Biography, Age, Parents (John McCain), Wife, Siblings, Navy
Jack McCain Biography
Jack McCain Bio
Jack McCain whose real name is John Sidney McCain IV is John McCain’s fifth-oldest son. He serves in the military as Navy lieutenant and a helicopter pilot. He graduated from Naval Academy in 2009 and has been designated an MH-60 Seahawk pilot since 2011.
|Jack McCain Age||32 years as of 2018; born on 2nd May 1986|
|Jack McCain Residence||Milwaukee|
|Jack McCain Education||Naval Academy (2009), master’s degree from Georgetown University (ongoing)|
|Jack McCain Parents||John McCain, Cindy McCain|
|Jack McCain Siblings||Meghan McCain, Bridget McCain, Andrew McCain, James McCain, Sidney McCain , Douglas McCain|
|Jack McCain Grandparents||Roberta McCain and John S.McCain Jr|
|Jack McCain Wife||Renee Swift McCain (m. 2013)|
|Jack McCain Children||1|
Jack McCain Wife
In 2013 he married Capt. Renee Swift McCain, an Air Force Reserve officer. They met when Jack was stationed in Guam, serving in the Navy. Renee was also stationed in Guam as the captain in the Air Force Reserves.
In 2016 after an Old Navy ad featuring an interracial couple received racist backlash he tweeted photos of himself and his wife, Capt. Renee Swift McCain, who is black, both in uniform and at their 2013 wedding.
— Old Navy Official (@OldNavy) April 29, 2016
— Renee Swift McCain (@RSwiftMcCain) May 2, 2016
During an interview with Navy Times he said “The mere fact that this is a conversation in the year 2016 is disheartening enough, and why this type of response — like the one aimed at Old Navy — merits conversation.”
“I did not intend for this level of exposure. Mostly, I wanted to take a principled stand on an issue that shouldn’t be one in the first place,” McCain said in an email. “If there is one result I could hope for out of all of this furor, it would be helping to ensure that intolerance has no place in service, or in our national discourse.”
Jack McCain Child
Jack and Renee give birth to their first child in November 2016
— Renee Swift McCain (@RSwiftMcCain) December 24, 2017