Sable, a pale Or, overall on a lozenge with axis fesswise Argent a taro plant Vert.
From a wreath Or and Sable, a stylized demi-sun in splendor Or superimposed by two scimitars saltirewise point down Sable.
Golden yellow/gold stands for excellence; black symbolizes strength and resolve and alludes to financial security. The lozenge simulates the Finance Corps insignia of branch; it is white suggesting integrity. The pale represents continuity and dependability. Association with the 24th Infantry Division is implied by the taro plant, a leaf of which is used as the Division shoulder sleeve insignia.
The demi-sun stands for victory and the Defense of Freedom in Kuwait and Saudi Arabia, and recalls desert battle conditions. The scimitars signify Gulf War conflict and represent Kuwait and Saudi Arabia.
The coat of arms was approved on 21 April 1993.