Sable, a pale wavy Argent charged with a fusil Gules. On a canton embattled of the second a field gun of the third on a mount Vert.
On a wreath of the colors Argent and Sable a clenched dexter hand Proper.
TO THE UTMOST EXTENT OF OUR POWER.
This regiment was organized in June 1917 from the 7th Infantry and participated in the World War in the 5th Division, the insignia of which is carried on the shield. Black, white and red show engagements against Germany and the wavy pale is for the Meuse River, the crossing of which near Dun in November 1918 was the outstanding operation of the regiment. The crest and motto symbolized the spirit of the regiment during the Meuse crossing and are guides for the future conduct of the organization.
The coat of arms was approved on 7 Jan 1921.