Here are grabs from video shot by a camera mounted atop the turret of a Syrian army tank in combat against Syrian rebels in Darya, 10 miles south of Damascus.
Not a good day for the tankers.
Note the tank just to the right of the tank gun in the center of the picture. That tank is facing away from the camera. In the video, the turret is slueing to the left, from which this frame.
The turret continued to the left when a rebel anti-tank rocket blows up the tank seen above.
The camera turret slues immediately back to the right where the camera records the burning wreckage.
To the immediate left of the gun is the flaming hull of the tank. To the immediate right is the dead tank's turret, blown clear off the hull and landing a few dozen feet away. This is a typical result of a Russian-made tank being hit by anti-tank rockets or rounds. They are not designed with much survivability built in.
The full video is posted here.