After Moving from Indonesian occupied Queensland to Australia in the first few weeks after his birth, Mack started out his life working for one of the numerous True Blue companies, owned by True Blue International.
Later, when he was able to own his own company, he set up The Craft Group which owned a total of 9 companies, including 4 iron companies, two grain companies, 1 Q5 food company, 1 Q5 weapon company, and one Q1 weapon company.
Mack Craft is, and has been for some time, heavily involved in Australian politics, and community. He was been minister of defence several times.
The Knights who Say Ni was officially created by Mack Craft on May 24th, 2010, after he became Party president, following the resignation of Wally Wilson, in order to run for Congress. He very soon changed the name to Ministry of Misinformation, when he decided to honour an in-game pranker group instead.
He was soon promoted to Squad Commander in the ACUK before being recruited into the DropBears. After a month in Delta Squad he was promoted to Squad Commander of Delta Squad (in the DropBears), a position he held for 4 months, before getting promoted to the DropBears Military Marshall during the months of November and December. Successfully leading the Australian Military against the failed Brazilian invasion. After returning to the DropBears in January as Deputy Marshal he served for a long time as Deputy Commander in Chief of all Australian Forces. He was also Minister of Defence, under the government of Venja.
Later he joined Australian Diggers.
Mack Craft owns the organization. Through this organization, he owned several companies: Craft Airlines Australia, Craft Weapons, Craft Diamonds, Craft Iron 90+ w, and 198148|Craft Gifts.
Mack Craft was also involved with John Sykes' Eucalyptus Group, being involved as a Board Member and General Manager of Eucalyptus Industries.
Mack Craft owns a newspaper called.