Buff, on a mount Vert two lightning flashes chevronwise reversed Gules fimbriated Or, supporting a wheel Red (Brick Red) hubbed and rimmed of the fourth charged with an annulet of thirteen mullets of the last, overall a goutte-de-poix.
LIFE LINE TO VICTORY.
The goutte-de-poix symbolizes petroleum and alludes to the organization's mission to provide storage, distribution, and quality surveillance of petroleum to supported units. The Quartermaster wheel, with its thirteen (13) stars and spokes, is symbolic of the battalion's Quartermaster heritage and also depicts the transportation (movements of packaged and bulk petroleum) mission of the battalion. The two red flashes refer to the battalion's service in World War II in France and Germany.
The coat of arms was approved on 22 Apr 1996.