A gold color metal and enamel device 1 1/8 inches (2.86cm) in width overall, consisting of two gold keys saltirewise with wards up, behind a black wheel with six wavy spokes, above the motto and wheel a blue semi-circle, in base an area of red, all above a gold scroll inscribed "THE NECTAR FOR VICTORY" in black.
Blue is a color traditionally associated with the Quartermaster Corps. Brick red, representative of the Transportation Corps, alludes to the unit's transportation capability. The crossed keys symbolize Quartermaster units as the keeper of supplies. The black wheel with wavy spokes refers to the continuous supply of bulk petroleum. The two (2) keys, the six (6) spokes of the wheel and circle (0) of the hub, further allude to the numerical designation of the unit.
The distinctive unit insignia was originally approved on 6 Jul 1967. It was amended on 26 Feb 1993 to include metric measurements in the description and revise the symbolism.