Or, on a bend cottised Vert a hexagon one point up of the first voided of the field; on a chief Azure (Cobalt Blue) a dragon statant of the first.
On a wreath Or and Vert a hexagon one point up Gules voided of the field superimposed by a gauntlet fesswise Argent grasping three demi-spears, one erect, two saltirewise of the first, overall around base a palm wreath Proper.
TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ILLIS (The Times Are Changed And We Are Changed With Them).
Cobalt blue and golden yellow are the colors of the Chemical Corps branch. The hexagon is adapted from the branch insignia and the green color and dragon, from the Chemical Corps regimental coat of arms. The bend represents the Panama Canal, the district to which the organization was assigned.
The three arrows commemorate the campaign participation credits the unit earned in World War I, Vietnam and Southwest Asia. The gauntlet signifies combat readiness and refers to the phrase, "To take up the gauntlet is to accept the challenge." The hexagon is taken from the branch insignia and is red to honor the Meritorious Unit Commendation awarded for Southwest Asia 1990-1991. The palm wreath represents victory and also refers to the Southwest Asia Area of Operation.
The coat of arms was approved on 2 March 2005.