Argent, a pair of wings conjoined, tips inverted Azure surmounted by a sword Gules, overall a lozenge with horizontal axis Argent bearing a demi-sun in splendor issuing from base Or.
On a wreath of the colors, Argent and Azure, a quill and key, bow to base saltirewise Or superimposed by a demi-palm tree Proper.
ALL AMERICAN PAYMASTERS.
Argent/silver gray and golden yellow are the colors traditionally associated with the Finance Corps. Gold signifies excellence; red, white and blue, referring to the Battalion's heritage and affiliation, personifies "All American." The wings are symbolic of the unit's airborne mission. The sword denotes military preparedness. The lozenge is adapted from the Finance Corps insignia of branch. The demi-sun in splendor signifies tropical Panama and the unit's baptism of fire.
The crossed key and quill convey paymaster functions and support. The quill stands for accounts and finance responsibility. The palm tree symbolizes campaign participation in Southwest Asia.
The coat of arms was approved on 5 March 1993.