My unit consisted of tanks. It was the first version of the MK 105 „Kürassier“, an offspring of the French AMX 13, where I was the gunner.
The following video is a bit lengthy and might be boring for non-enthusiasts to tanks. Take note that the tanks you see on this video are already the final version A2 of the Kürassier which had a targeting computer, a new muzzle brake allowing the firing of SABOT rounds, additional storage for equipment and a targeting spotlight mounted just above the main gun thus lowering the tank‘s silhouette even more. Technical data of that version suggests that it was a bit slower than the old version: 65 kilometers per hour. The one I was on ran 90 kilometers/hour on a highway. Quite impressive. It sported a 105 millimeter cannon and a coaxial machine gun cal. 308, had two revolving magazines in the aft section of the turret and had a mechanical spring operated loading system. After a shot was fired the empty casing flew backwards through a small hatch at the rear of the turret. The crew consisted of three men: commander, gunner and driver.
The Kürassier was retired in 2006.