Per chevron Vert and Or, two swords points to chief chevronwise of the like and in base a rose Sable garnished of the second.
From a wreath Or and Vert a taeguk Proper, two arrows bendwise and two arrows reversed bendwise sinister interlaced in dexter and two arrows bendwise and two arrows reversed bendwise sinister interlaced on the sinister and overall a sword Or.
TRUTH IS OUR SWORD.
Green and yellow are the colors traditionally used by Military Police units. The chevron recalls a search-light cast on unlawful activities to determine the truth. The rose refers to the term "sub rosa," meaning secret. Black indicates the clandestine nature of these activities. The swords symbolize readiness and co-operation in the investigation of illegal activity. Yellow (gold) traditionally denotes excellence.
The taeguk represents the unit's participation in the Korean conflict, 1951 to 1953. Two Meritorious Unit Commendations were awarded during that period and are recalled by the color scarlet. The sword refers to the motto and symbolizes readiness and combat. The saltires of interlacing arrows allude to the several offensive, counteroffensive and defensive actions in which the unit participated in Korea. Together, the saltires and sword refer to the Roman numeral which is the battalion's designation. Gold denotes excellence.
The coat of arms was approved on 14 Aug 1998.