Gules, a lozenge axis horizontal Azure fimbriated Argent bearing three mullets of the like, a bordure Argent (Silver Gray) billettée of sixteen Or.
That for the regiments and separate battalions of the Tennessee Army National Guard: From a wreath Argent and Gules, upon a mount Vert a hickory tree Proper charged with three mullets one and two Argent.
FIRST TO VOLUNTEER.
Silver Gray and golden yellow are the colors traditionally associated with the Finance Corps. The lozenge simulates the Finance Corps' insignia of branch. Red, white and blue and the cluster of three stars are adapted from the Tennessee State flag. Tennessee was the sixteenth state to enter the Union; this is acknowledged by the number of billets on the border. They are gold, thus alluding to the monetary functions of the organization. The border denotes unity.
The crest is that of the Tennessee Army National Guard.
The coat of arms was approved on 27 September 1993.