A silver color metal and enamel device 1 3/16 inches (3.02 cm) in height overall, consisting of an elliptical background of alternating scarlet and yellow rays issuing from three blue isosceles triangles combined at base (mountain peaks) each charged with a silver fleur-de-lis, all above a scarlet bridge of one arch, surmounted by a silver bayonet, enclosing four wavy horizontal bars alternating blue and silver and rounded at base, all beneath a blue scroll inscribed "MAKE READY" in silver letters.
The colors blue, red and yellow allude to the three combat arms of the Army - Infantry, Artillery and Armor. The three fleurs-de-lis symbolize the 75th Infantry Division's World War II campaigns in Rhineland, Ardennes-Alsace and Central Europe. The mountain peaks and the wavy bars allude to the former unit's determined fighting between the Rhine River and the Vosges Mountains. The bayonet symbolizes combat readiness and aggressiveness, while the bridge over the wavy bars alludes to the unit's pursuance of the enemy over land and water. The rayed background symbolizes firepower and victory.
The distinctive unit insignia was originally approved for the 75th Maneuver Area Command on 9 July 1970. It was redesignated for the 75th Division (Exercise), with description and symbolism revised on 1 October 1993. The insignia was redesignated for the 75th Division (Training Support) effective 1 October 1999. It was redesignated effective 2 November 2008, for the 75th Training Division. It was redesignated effective 19 October 2012, for the 75th Training Command with the symbolism updated.