Per fess arched reversed Or and Gules (Crimson), two martel-de-fers in saltire of the first, points outwards fimbriated of the second, issuant from base four spears in fess palewise of the first, points up, two in middle base point couped.
From a wreath Or and Gules (Crimson), within a circle of chain of the first a firebomb Sable fimbriated of the first enflamed Proper, charged with a Taeguk fimbriated Or.
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Crimson is the color used for Ordnance. The arched fess denotes protection. The martel-de-fers, an ancient tool and weapon combination, symbolizes the basic mission of the Battalion. The four spearheads allude to the four military services to which the unit provides support.
The chain alludes to the unit's service in Ryukyus during World War II. Ryukyus is an island chain, stretching southwestward in the East China Sea. The firebomb suggests the branch assignment. The Taeguk symbolizes campaigns in Korea. The number of tongues of the flames alludes to the decorations awarded to the unit for service in Korea.
The coat of arms was approved for the 192d Ordnance Battalion on 23 February 2006.