A Gold color metal and enamel device 1 3/16 inches (3.02 cm) in height overall consisting of a shield blazoned: Per bend Buff and gules a bend Or, a cross and ball peen hammer saltirewise superimposed in base by a stylized mechanized track Sable; on a chief per fess dancetty of three Azure (Light Blue) and of the third with the dexter and sinister peaks diminutive, a mullet on the dexter peak Argent, on the lower part of chief a fillet of the fourth. Attached around the bottom and sides of the shield a Black scroll inscribed "UTMOST IN HONORABLE SERVICE" in Gold letters.
Buff and scarlet are the colors traditionally associated with Support. Gold is emblematic of excellence, red is for valor and black is for constancy. The origins of the Battalion are in West Texas represented by the Franklin Mountains which are symbolized by the stylized black peaks. At night, a five point star is illuminated on the southern slope of the Franklin Mountains which further defines the landmark as a centerpiece of the local and military community. Also, mountains throughout history have symbolized constancy, eternity, and strength. The star also refers to Texas, the Lone Star State, the home of the organization. The band of blue at the foot of the mountain range alludes to the Rio Grande. Rivers support life in all terrains and are an appropriate symbol for the role Logisticians have in supporting the fighting force even in the most austere terrain. The ball and cross peen hammers highlight the logistics role. The stylized mechanized track underscores the modern military force.
The distinctive unit insignia was approved on 23 June 2008.