21 July 1974
|Warship||D-354 Kocatepe||Turkish Navy||Unknown||North West of Cyprus||1||The Turkish destroyer D-354 Kocatepe was erroneously attacked by Turkish fighter aircraft, resulting in the vessel being sunk with the loss of 54 crew.|
|Warship||D-353 Adatepe||Turkish Navy||Unknown||North West of Cyprus||1||The Turkish destroyer D-353 Adatepe was erroneously attacked and damaged by Turkish fighter aircraft. Casualties unknown. The vessel returned to port.|
|Warship||D-355 Tinaztepe||Turkish Navy||Unknown||North West of Cyprus||1||The Turkish destroyer D-355 Tinaztepe was erroneously attacked and damaged by Turkish fighter aircraft. Casualties unknown. The vessel returned to port.|
|Fighter aircraft||F-104G||Turkish Air Force||191 Filo||North West of Cyprus||1||Aircraft 64-17783 was lost in action on 21 July 1974.|
|Fighter aircraft||F-100C/D||Turkish Air Force||Various||Cyprus||2||F-100D 55-2825 of 111. Filo and 54-2083 of 112.Filo were both lost in action during the daytime air campaign on 21 July.|
|Fighter aircraft||F-100C/D||Turkish Air Force||Unknown||Cyprus||2?||Two F-100C/Ds were variously claimed to have been shot down or crashed over Nicosia district during the day action on 21 July, but serial numbers / squadron units are not known.|
|Motor torpedo boat||P-4 Skinhead||Cyprus Navy||Boghazi Squadron||Boghazi||1||The motor patrol boat T-2 accidentally ran aground at Boghazi and was abandoned. It was later captured on 18 August when Turkish forces captured the base.|
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