Argent (Silver Gray), a demi-sun in splendour issuant from chief, overall a sword Gules with a handguard of the like voided Or; a bordure Sable.
From a wreath Argent (Silver Gray) and Gules two scimitars points down saltirewise Sable interlaced with a mascle of the second.
The colors silver gray and golden yellow are traditionally associated with the Finance Corps. Red represents valor and action while gold is emblematic of excellence and high standards. The sun recalls the desert of Southwest Asia and the unit's baptism of fire. The sword simulates the numeral one, the unit's designation, and alludes to military preparedness. The handguard is diamond-shaped in allusion to the insignia of branch for Finance. The border underscores unity; black denotes solvency and strength.
The scimitars commemorate the battalion's two Southwest Asia campaigns. They are interlaced with a mascle, symbolizing cooperation and support.
The coat of arms was approved on 19 October 1994.