Per bend Buff and Gules, on a bend Azure edged Or between in chief three arrows, two in saltire and one in pale, points to chief, surmounted by a wheat sheaf and in base a cannon bendwise, muzzle to dexter chief, of the fourth, six mullets of the last.
That for the regiments and separate battalions of the Colorado Army National Guard: From a wreath Or and Buff, a fasces paleways Proper with ribbon of red, white and blue.
AUXILIUM CONTENTIBUS (Support The Fires).
Buff signifies the Battalion's current affiliation with the Support branch. The arrows represent readiness. The combination of the wheat sheaf and arrows allude to the unit's promptness to provide service support to the United States Army forces. The red color and the cannon represent the Battalion's origin in Field Artillery. The blue bend denotes military defense and the lineage to the 157th Infantry Regiment. The six stars refer to the campaign credits during World War II.
The crest is that of the Colorado Army National Guard.
The coat of arms was approved effective 1 September 2008.