Gules (Crimson), an annulet Azure fimbriated and interlaced by a quill and micrometer Or.
From a wreath Or and Gules (Crimson) three stylized rays of the first surmounted by a fountain above two kris saltirewise Sable.
FORWARD WITH SUPPORT.
Crimson is the color traditionally used for Maintenance, the original designation of the unit. The crossed quill and micrometer simulate a brace and imply support; the quill also symbolizes the command, administration and supervisory aspects of the organization's mission, while the micrometer alludes to its precision and technology. The annulet further suggests a wheel and refers to mobility and a continual round of services.
The heraldic fountain is a symbol of water. The rays are adapted from the Philippine State arms. Combined with the Indonesian designs, they allude to the islands of the Philippines, New Guinea and the surrounding area, where the unit served during World War II. The two kris commemorate New Guinea and Leyte. The sun rays honor the Presidential Unit Citation.
The coat of arms was originally approved for the 194th Maintenance Battalion on 2 December 1998. It was redesignated effective 17 October 2006, for the 194th Support Battalion with the symbolism of the shield updated.