Per fess dancetty Azure and Tenné, overall two swords in saltire points up Argent, their blades in the form of lightning bolts.
On a wreath Argent and Tenné a wreath of oak leaves Or enclosing a mountain peak Azure capped of the first, and overall two lightning flashes in saltire of the second.
VOICE OF THE MOUNTAIN
The unit's service in Italy during World War II is symbolized by the dancetty partition line referring to the Po Valley and mountains of Italy. The mountain symbols further refer to the unit's early designation as a Mountain Signal Company and to its association with Colorado. The crossed swords with lightning bolt blades denote the presence of the Signal Battalion within the Division. Orange and white are the colors traditionally associated with the Signal Corps.
The crest symbolizes the unit's World War II service in the Apennines and Po Valley campaigns in Italy. The lightning flashes signify the Signal Corps mission and refer to the numerical designation of the unit.
The coat of arms was approved on 26 February 1986. It was amended to correct the blazon (wreath colors) of the crest on 22 May 2001. It was again amended to correct the blazon of the crest on 9 March 2004.