Buff, a garb Argent, fired Proper, charged with a fleur-de-lis Gules.
On a wreath of the colors Argent and Buff, issuant from flames of fire, a demi-dragon langued Gules, holding between its paws a Taeguk Proper.
In the buff of the Quartermaster Corps the bakery functions of the organization are indicated by the sheaf of wheat from which flour is made, and the principal ingredient of bread, the fire alluding to the fired enthusiasm of the personnel in the performance of their duties. The fleur-de-lis is representative of the participation of the Battalion in France during World War I. The motto "Provision Made" alluded to the item of provision made by the organization, and to the fact that all necessary duties are provided for when needed.
The dragon is symbolic of East Asian culture and represents the unit's participation in the Korean Conflict and Vietnam. The Taeguk represents the Presidential Citations the unit was awarded twice. The dragon emerging from the flames represents the unit's original mission and continuing support functions.
The coat of arms was originally approved for the 96th Quartermaster Battalion on 22 October 1942. It was rescinded on 30 June 1975. The insignia was reinstated, amended to add a crest and redesignated for the 96th Support Battalion on 1 February 2006.