Per chevron Argent and Sanguine, in chief a cross couped of the last and in base between a tower and a fleur-de-lis Or the rod of Aesculapius of the first.
On a wreath of colors, Argent and Sanguine, a demilion Or armed and langued Gules gorged with a collar of the like edged of the first and grasping in the dexter paw three spears Proper.
TRAIN TO SAVE.
Maroon and white are the colors associated with the Medical Corps. Gold is symbolic of excellence. The cross and rod of Aesculapius are symbols of healing and medicine. The chevron alludes to support and reflects the unit's training and support mission. The castle tower and fleur-de-lis refer to the locations of the unit's World War II campaigns in Central Europe.
The lion, a symbol of courage and power, stands for the unit's service in World II. The three spears represent the unit's campaign credits for Rhineland, Ardennes-Alsace and Central Europe. The red collar symbolizes the Battalion's Meritorious Unit Commendation.
The coat of arms was approved on 1 February 1988.