Argent a saltire Vert overall, a parachute Azure corded Or surmounted by a weighing scales of the last grasped in a mailed fist palewise Gules.
From a wreath Argent and Vert a crenellated gateway Or with a raised portcullis Sable, bearing at top three shields bendwise in fess Gules, Argent and Azure and all superimposed in base by a sword and a key, bow and hilt to base, saltirewise Proper.
Justice from Above.
Green and yellow are the colors traditionally used by Military Police. The saltire refers to the Roman numeral "10" and the unit's designation. The motto is recalled by the scales of justice and the descending parachute, the last also alluding to the unit's airborne status. The mailed fist symbolizes authority, strength and the will and means to uphold the law. Blue refers to Airborne and worldwide capabilities, scarlet denotes courage, white indicates integrity. Together the colors refer to the United States.
World War II campaigns in central Europe and the Rhineland are recalled by the crenellated gateway. The red, white and blue shields refer to organizational colors associated with the unit and to the tricolor of France, whose regions of Normandy and Ardennes-Alsace saw campaign participation by the Tenth during the battle for Europe's liberation. The United States is referred to again by the colors. The sword and key signify the dual responsibilities of defense and security and with the portcullis, the mission as carried out during the defense of Europe.
This insignia was approved on 22 Sep 1997.