A gold color metal and enamel insignia 1 3/16 inches (3.02cm) in height consisting of the battlements of a gold tower domed scarlet; surmounting and extending slightly below the battlements a scarlet sea-lion grasping in his right paw a scarlet sword; on and over the dome two gold broad arrows in diagonal, parallel flight from lower right to upper left; behind the dome a blue disc within an encircling gold scroll lined with blue the ends terminating on the battlements, bearing the inscription "FIRST LINE OF DEFENSE" in black letters, the apex between the words "LINE" and "OF".
The sea-lion grasping the sword is from the Seal of the President of the Philippines; it commemorates the action during World War II for which the unit received the Philippine Presidential Unit Citation. The two arrows stand for the assault landings at New Guinea and Luzon. The arrows in flight also refer to the organization's air defense mission. The domed tower, characteristic of Germany, and the colors scarlet, black and gold allude to the unit's motto. Scarlet and gold are the colors used for Air Defense Artillery organizations.
The distinctive unit insignia was originally approved for the 94th Artillery Group on 15 August 1969. It was redesignated for the 94th Air Defense Artillery Group on 4 April 1972. On 3 June 1983, it was redesignated for the 94th Air Defense Artillery Brigade. It was redesignated for the 94th Army Air and Missile Defense Command effective 16 October 2005.