Per bend Argent and Buff, on the first an ear of wheat and a spit, point in chief, Azure.
From a wreath Argent and Buff the Roman Coliseum Proper, overall between two laurel branches Vert a lion rampant Gules grasping in dexter claws a Roman Spatha bend-sinisterwise Proper.
LA SOUTIEN DE LA VIE (Staff of Life).
Buff is the color of the Quartermaster Corps. The spit and ear of wheat allude to the nature of the activities of the 94th Quartermaster Battalion (Bakery), the unit's original designation.
The coliseum in Rome represents the World War II campaign streamers the unit earned in Italy. The lion holding a Roman Spatha represents strength, honor, and courage. It is red to commemorate the Meritorious Unit Commendation the unit earned in Vietnam. The two laurel branches highlight the number of Vietnam campaign streamers awarded the unit. Laurel also symbolizes honor and high achievement.
The coat of arms was originally approved for the 94th Quartermaster Battalion on 28 April 1942. It was rescinded on 30 June 1975. The insignia was reinstated and redesignated for the 94th Support Battalion with symbolism revised on 7 October 2004. It was amended to include a crest on 19 April 2006.