A Gold colored metal and enamel device 1 3/16 inches (3.02 cm) in height overall, blazoned as follows: Or, a bend Gules between in chief a Native American Indian holding in dexter hand a bow and in sinister an arrow, below a mullet in dexter chief and in base a sun in splendor of the first. Attached to the sides and below the device, a Black scroll inscribed "VICTORIA PER PERSEVERANTIA" in Gold.
Scarlet is the color traditionally associated with the Support units. The bend denotes protection. The Native American Indian with bow and arrow below the star, adapted from the State flag of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, symbolizes the home state of the Group. The sun signifies the unit's wartime service in Iraq. The motto translates to "Victory Through Perseverance."
The distinctive unit insignia was approved on 24 July 2007.