Lozengy fesswise Or and Silver Gray, issuant from base a tower Sable charged with a double-warded key bow to base of the first.
From a wreath Or and Silver Gray a bundle of five spears Sable, overall a lozenge of the first charged with a fleur-de-lis Azure and in base a laurel wreath Vert.
SERVICE PAY SUPPORT.
Silver gray and golden yellow are the colors traditionally associated with Finance units. The lozengy field suggests the Finance Corps insignia of branch and underscores the unit's pay and procurement missions. The tower symbolizes defense and commemorates the organization's baptism of fire in Europe during World War II. The key recalls control of funds and represents security.
The spears, crossed for strength and cooperation, honor the unit's five campaigns during World War II. The gold lozenge refers to the insignia of branch; the blue fleur-de-lis commemorates the organization's Northern France and Central Europe campaigns. Laurel symbolizes honor and high achievement.
The coat of arms was approved 20 March 1995. It was cancelled effective 16 July 2008, when the unit was redesignated to a Company.