Gules, on a pale Sable fimbriated Or three lozenges with axis horizontal of the like.
From a wreath Or and Gules a hand Proper holding a quill tierced per pale Azure, Argent and Gules.
The Finance branch is represented by the lozenges. The lozenges refer also to the unit's motto, "Diamond Dedication," and recall the World War II campaigns in which the unit participated. Scarlet denotes courage and sacrifice. The black pale signifies solidity and responsibility. Gold (yellow) denotes the primary finance mission of the battalion. All three colors reflect the unit's historic ties to the Federal Republic of Germany. Gold (yellow) stands for excellence.
The upraised hand signifies integrity and accountability. It holds a writing quill, symbolizing the unit's commitment to responsible administration of the finance mission. The three colors of the quill represent the United States and refer also to the unit's three European campaigns of World War II.
The coat of arms was approved on 26 April 1994.