Sable, the Big Dipper and surrounding stars four pointed Argent, in base a fess of three stylized mountains outlined chevronwise of the like (Silver Gray) issuing from a globe issuant in base Azure (Bluebird) fimbriated of the second (Silver Gray) bearing the middle two charges from the Colorado Army National Guard shoulder sleeve insignia, overall two piles out of dexter chief and sinister chief in point of the second.
That for the regiments and separate battalions of the Colorado Army National Guard: From a wreath Argent and Sable, a fasces Proper with ribbon Scarlet, of the first and Azure.
GUARDIANS OF SPACE.
The stars and the black of space represent the unit's space based mission. The Northern sky including Polaris and the Big Dipper symbolize guidance, optimism, and exploration. The stylized mountains denoting the Rocky Mountains are adapted from the Colorado National Guard distinctive unit insignia. The red "C" with the bezant represent the state of Colorado, home base of the organization. The rays emitting into space from the globe highlight the unit's services of satellite imaging processing, intelligence support, and satellite communications to the U.S. Warfighting Forces.
The crest is that of the Colorado Army National Guard.
The coat of arms was approved on 4 September 2008.