A silver color metal and enamel device 1 1/8 inches (2.86cm) in height overall consisting of an upright tricolor scroll divided horizontally red, white and blue, surmounted by a bronze liberty bell, all between two vertical silver quills, shafts facing inward and points to base, and all within a silver wreath of laurel to the left and olive to the right; with the motto "PROVIDE THE STRENGTH," in raised letters on the bells
The red, white and blue, our national colors, refer to the scope the Command, while the scroll simulates a muster roll. The Liberty Bell, long associated with the recruiting program, along with the motto alludes to the overall purpose of the mission - to provide the manpower strength of the United States Army. The quills, medieval symbol for "authority to transcribe," represent the many functions of the Command. The laurel symbolizes victory and the olive branch symbolizes peace.
The distinctive unit insignia was approved on 26 Jan 1971.