You may not want to post like that, even if it's a genuine attempt at finding out info. It screams crackpot.
We have a page on him, albeit slim. Long story short: Tatum served, but that's about it. We've no corroborating records that he was in the 160th at Ft. Campbell, DD-214s matching his story, anything. He's really a non-story at this point -- just another Jesse Ventura-esque vet who claimed to be an action hero.
Oh, and he isn't dead or anything. He was convicted on embezzlement charges in 1996, fleeing twice to Panama and Columbia, and recently re-caught. He was also brought on as a writer to VeteransToday, a known conspiracy-mongering site masquerading as a military news source. Noir LeSable (talk) 02:18, 11 November 2014 (UTC)