Per bend sinister Azure (Dark Blue) and Or, in bend a mullet and an arrowhead, point up counterchanged; an inescutcheon per bend sinister of the second and Gules, on a pale Gules (Soldier Red) edged at top of the second, a bayonet erect of the last.
WITH OUR SHIELDS.
The shields represent the defender. The counterchange design of the shields denote the transforming of technology in the support of the troops. The colors illustrate the branches that comprise the Battalion ? blue for Infantry, soldier red for Logistics, yellow for Armor, and red for Engineer. The star signifies the command and control system to formulate the Battalion as a modern military force; also, it symbolizes the unit's home state, Texas. In history, the arrowhead was used to inflict physical pain at a short distance; it alludes to the equipment testing of today, which will give the future forces the advantage tomorrow against any national threat. The bayonet suggests the close combat tactics. The pale signifies readiness.
The coat of arms was approved on 29 April 2008.