Vert, on a bend Or, two torteaux.
From a wreath Or and Vert a palm wreath of the first banded in base Gules, Argent, and Sable, over all a demi-lion rampant of the fourth (Silver Gray) charged upon the shoulder with an escutcheon of the second bearing a fleur-de-lis of the first and grasping in dexter paw a sword bend sinisterwise of the third charged with three mullets of the first.
FACTA CUM HONORE (Achievement With Honor).
The colors green and yellow are used for the Military Police Corps. The heraldic bend charged with the two torteaux symbolizes the Red Ball Highway across France, Belgium and into Germany during World War II. The Battalion was responsible for traffic control on a portion of this highway. The two torteaux also represent the battle honors awarded the organization during World War II.
The lion symbolizes courage and strength. Its gray color, reflecting the look of steel, underscores toughness and resolve. The shield on its shoulder is green and yellow, colors of the Military Police Corps, to further emphasize their mission of law enforcement during combat and in peacetime. The fleur-de-lis commemorates the unit's service in Rhineland and Northern France during World War II. The red of the sword is the color of the Meritorious Unit Commendation. It honors the Battalion's war service in the European Theater, Southwest Asia and Iraq. The three stars highlight their campaign participation credits from these three wars. The palm wreath, symbol for victory, represents the unit's Southwest Asia campaign credits with its banding, colors adapted from the Iraq National flag, being for their Iraq campaign credit.
The coat of arms was approved on 18 August 1952. It was amended to include a crest on 11 June 2008.