95TH MILITARY POLICE BATTALION
Distinctive Unit Insignia
A gold colored metal and enamel device 1 1/8 inches (2.86 cm) in height overall consisting of a green four pointed star surmounted by two gold clamps in saltire.
Green and yellow are the colors used for the Military Police. The crossed clamps designating a restrictive or restraining force and the star for guidance symbolize the mission of the Military Police Battalion.
The distinctive unit insignia was approved on 26 April 1966.
Coat of Arms
Vert, on a bend wavy Or between two griffins' heads couped of the last an oriental sword Sable.
On a wreath of the colors Or and Vert a rocky mound of the last and thereon a bamboo portcullis (gate) of three perpendicular bars Proper spiked Gules.
SECURITY LAW ORDER.
Green and yellow (gold) are the colors used for the Military Police Corps. The griffin is a mythological creature famed for the attributes of vigilance, courage and strength and alludes to the unit. The color black suggests the robes of justices and the sword denotes leadership and military. The griffin heads, wavy bend and oriental sword together refer to the unit's three activations overseas: two in Europe and one in Asia.
The bamboo portcullis alludes to Asia and the red spikes represent the Meritorious Unit Citations, one for Korea and two for Vietnam. The rocky mound and portcullis symbolize the adverse terrain, guerilla attacks and transient camps during the unit's mission in Korea. The portcullis and spikes also refer to security at Long Binh Ammunition Depot and the establishment of law and order for Long Binh Post during the Vietnam Conflict.
The coat of arms was approved on 24 April 1974.