|M-7 Priest||Self Propelled Artillery||n/a||1945|
|M-55||Self Propelled Artillery||8||1962-68|
|M-109/A1||Self Propelled Artillery||8||1968-94|
|FIM-43A Redeye||Air Defense||15||1986-94|
|FIM-92 Stinger||Air Defense||15||19??-94|
|M-72 LAW (Light Anti-Tank Weapon)||Anti-Tank||n/a||n/a|
|Recoilless Rifle 106mm||Anti-Tank||24||1951-62|
|M-67 Recoilless Rifle 90mm||Anti-Tank||n/a||n/a|
|M-220 TOW (Jeep/HMMW)||Anti-Tank Missile||18||1962-94|
|106mm Recoilless Rifle (US)||Anti-Tank||n/a||1955-70|
M-72 LAW (Light Anti-Tank Weapon)The M-72 is a shoulder-fired 66mm anti-tank rocket which can penetrate up to 1ft. of armor. After firing the pre-packaged rocket the launcher is thrown away.
M-72 presented to Berliners during Open Hose Day at Tempelhof.
M-220 TOW (Tube-launched, Optically-tracked, Wire command-link guided) Missile SystemThe TOW was either operated on a Humvee or in a dismounted ground mode. The gunner keeps the sight on the target and corrects the missile through the two thin wires attached to the missile.
It also features a thermal sight for operations at night and reduced visibility.
TOW System on display presented by Berlin Brigade soldiers.