A gold color metal and enamel device 1 1/8 inches (2.86 cm) in width overall consisting of three interlocking gold rings centered on an octagon divided in the manner of a Korean taeguk, red above and blue below, all bordered in base by a tripartite gold scroll, with the ends folded under and inscribed "SOLDIER SERVICE SUPPORT" in black letters.
The three interlocking annulets signify the principal elements of the Command's mission: it is of and for soldiers; it provides the full range of personnel, administrative, and community life services; and in so doing it supports the Eighth United States Army. The association with the Eighth Army is symbolized by the octagon. The "S" division of the colors of the octagon alludes to the Korean taeguk and refers to the unit's activation and service in the Republic of Korea.
The distinctive unit insignia was authorized on 27 January 1987. It was cancelled effective 30 September 2006, when the unit became a Center.