Or, on a pale Azure between a fasces Vert and a key Celeste, wards upward and outward, a lightning bolt of the first, a base embattled Gules, masoned and edged of the first charged with a hexagon of the second, fimbriated and bearing another of the first; all within a bordure tierced in pairle Argent, of the third and of the second.
From a wreath Or and Azure, a crown olive Proper bound together by a ribbon Gules, of the second, Argent and of the third surmounted by two scimitars Proper, points upward, in saltire at base.
The pale implies fortitude. The following elements comprise the Special Troops Battalion: the fasces indicates the military police duties; the key alludes to the unit's determination to secure and provide military intelligence to support the commander's decision making process which is crucial to victory on the battlefield; the lightning bolt denotes signal and the modern communications; the embattled base suggests the engineering capabilities and the hexagon signifies the chemical reconnaissance provided to the Brigade. The white, green, and blue colored border illustrates the unit's ability to deploy in air, over land and sea, to any theater during wartime and in a timely manner.
The olive crown suggests the Battalion's wartime participation during World War II. The crossed scimitars signify campaign credits in Southwest Asia and Iraq. The ribbon symbolizes the Valorous Unit decoration awarded to the unit.
The coat of arms was approved on 7 September 2007.