SULLIVAN, TIMOTHY BERNARD Name: Timothy Bernard Sullivan Rank/Branch: O2/United States Navy, GIB Unit: VF 151 Date of Birth: Home City of Record: Springfield MA Date of Loss: 14 November 1967 Country of Loss: North Vietnam Loss Coordinates: 204200 North 1062700 East Status (in 1973): Returnee Category: Aircraft/Vehicle/Ground: F4B Missions: 50+ Other Personnel in Incident: Paul Schultz, returnee, pilot Source: Compiled by P.O.W. NETWORK from one or more of the following: raw data from U.S. Government agency sources, correspondence with POW/MIA families, published sources, interviews. Update 2012 REMARKS: 730314 RELEASED BY DRV Sullivan was assigned to Fighter Squadron 151, flying F-4B Phantoms aboard the USS Coral Sea. In November, 1967, he and pilot Paul Schultz were shot down over North Vietnam fifteen miles from Haiphong by a SAM. Both crewmen were captured - and began their long and difficult term of over five years as prisoners of war in North Vietnam. Timothy Sullivan retired from the United States Navy as a Commander. He and his wife Stephanie reside in Massachusetts.