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The Growler ITV (Internally Transported Vehicle) is a light armored jeep-like transport used by the United States Marine Corps, produced by General Dynamics and American Growler, it has two variants: the M1161 and M1163, the development of the Growler first began in 1999 when the USMC wanted a vehicle that can be transported inside a V-22 Osprey, initially the design was inspired from the


The Growler ITV in real life.

M151 MUTT and uses much of the same components, however the USMC was heavily displeased because of the dated parts.

The final design included new internal components, with the few specifications being: Diesel Engine, 4x4 Suspension and it can reach up to 105kph (65mph). The two variants: M1161 and M1163, the M1161 is used as a light utility transport, and the M1163 is used to tow the US designated M327 120mm Mortar (RT F1). The vehicle is lightly armored, and it can mount an M2 Browning heavy machine gun or the M240C light machine gun.

Battlefield 3

"Used by the USMC starting in 2009, the Growler is the only transport vehicle that fits in the V-22 Osprey."

— Battlelog description

Single Player

The Growler ITV is a vehicle that appears in Battlefield 3. In the Single Player campaign, the vehicle is seen as part of the USMC American convoy in Rock and a Hard Place, and is unusable by the player.


In Multiplayer mode, it is the US equivalent to the Russian VDV Buggy. The vehicle can transport up to 3 players; - a driver who controls the Growler, a gunner who operates the mounted 50. Cal and a passenger who can use their infantry weapons while in the vehicle. The vehicle is resistant to small arms fire, but passengers are very exposed to fire through the windscreen, open cab and rear. The vehicle can be destroyed by two tank or rocket hits.


  • During its appearance in the singleplayer mission Rock and a Hard Place, the Growler ITV's have gunners who shoot enemy infantry, but there is never a driver in the front seat, despite the vehicle moving around extensively during the time they are seen.

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