Gules (Crimson), a caliper hinge to base measuring a cogwheel in chief Or, pierced of the field, enclosing a dexter gauntlet Celeste (Light Blue), detailed Azure, edged of the second grasping an open end wrench fesswise surmounting the caliper of the like, issuant from base two lightning flashes in pile reversed of the first edged Yellow striking the wrench.
From a wreath Or and Gules (Crimson), a stylized mountain range Argent garnished Silver Gray superimposed by a fire bomb Sable enflamed Proper bearing a heraldic fountain fimbriated of the third between two fleurs-de-lis Gules.
FAST, TOUGH, EFFICIENT.
The caliper and wrench symbolize the unit's former maintenance function and the cogwheel above expresses their determination to keep the wheels turning. The gauntlet and lightning flashes symbolize toughness and speed of performance.
The stylized mountain range symbolizes the Rocky Mountains in Colorado, the location of the battalion. The firebomb suggests the unit's mission. The heraldic fountain alludes to the Rhine River, where the unit was engaged in combat action. The two fleurs-de-lis denote the campaigns in Normandy and Northern France.
The coat of arms was approved effective 16 June 2005.