Per fess Tenné and vair, in chief a lion passant guardant Argent armed and langued Azure.
On a wreath of the colors, Argent and Tenné, an oriental dragon passant Gules in front of a torch enflamed Or, between two lightning flashes issuing from center base pilewise Or.
FOR THE COMMANDER.
Orange and white are the colors traditionally associated with the Signal Corps. The lion is from the Arms of Normandy, location of the first campaign in which the battalion participated in World War II. The heraldic fur known as "vair," resembling blue and white bells, refers to signaling.
The dragon is representative of Vietnam where the Battalion participated in twelve campaigns during that conflict. The torch and lightning flashes are symbolically associated with the Signal Corps. Red stands for courage and sacrifice and gold is emblematic of excellence.
The coat of arms was approved on 4 December 1964. It was amended to add a crest and revise the symbolism on 17 June 1991.