Buff, an annulet Azure fimbriated Or charged with five mullets of the like, overall a chevron Gules.
On a wreath of the colors Or and Buff a mountain peak behind a wreath of laurel and oak Proper tied with a ribband Gules superimposed by a sword and key saltirewise point and wards to base Or, blade Argent.
Buff and scarlet are the colors traditionally associated with support units. The chevron represents support and alludes to the basic mission of the organization. The wheel refers to the historic quartermaster and transportation functions of the unit. The five stars represent campaign participation in Italy during World War II.
The wreath is adapted from the state device of Italy. The red ribbon alludes to the Battalion's Meritorious Unit Commendation while the mountain peak and wreath symbolize the location of its World War II campaigns. The sword and key, from the Quartermaster Corps device, refer to the wartime designation and mission of the unit.
The coat of arms was approved on 19 January 1988.