Azure (Cobalt Blue), a hexagon of the like, vertex down fimbriated Argent, overall a dragon flight affronté of the like, wings elevated, head to sinister, spewing fire Gules fimbriated of the second, eyed Or pupil Sable, in front of and grasping in dexter claw a lightning bolt bendwise Yellow fimbriated of the second.
CONFRONT ANY MISSION.
Cobalt blue and golden yellow are colors traditionally associated with the Chemical Corps. The flying amphibious dragon refers to the Battalion's combat service in World War II, which included participation in four assault landings, amphibious and airborne, in Sicily, Italy and France. The lightning flash represents the destructive power of the ammunition used by the unit. The hexagon is a symbol used in chemical formulas for a particle of matter.
The coat of arms was approved on 28 May 1993. It was amended to correct the description on 27 May 2004.