Sable, two swords points up saltirewise Argent enfiled by an annulet with center in the form of a lozenge axis horizontal Or.
Rising from a wreath Argent and Sable a lion's head Or charged with a mullet of the first fimbriated Gules voided Vert, superimposed by a stylized wreath of two palm fronds of the last.
ALWAYS THERE AND READY.
Silver gray/silver and golden yellow/gold are the colors traditionally associated with the Finance Corps. Gold is emblematic of excellence and high achievement. Black represents solvency. The gold disc recalls monetary exchange and is pierced by a diamond alluding to the Finance insignia of branch and the unit's nickname. The two swords commemorate the unit's baptism of fire in World War II and service in Southwest Asia. The crossed swords also symbolize combat readiness and teamwork.
The lion symbolizes strength and courage. The unit's World War II service in Italy is commemorated by the five-pointed star in the Italian National colors. The two palm branches honor the organization's service in Southwest Asia and symbolize victory.
The coat of arms was approved 3 November 1993.