Azure, a wreath Or debruised by a fess of the like charged with a chevron Gules braced with a chevron reversed of the first.
From a wreath Or and Azure, a mill rind Gules superimposed by a laurel wreath Proper and flanked by two demi-battle axes blades inward of the like.
SUPPORT FOR VICTORY.
Scarlet is a color traditionally associated with support organizations. The Battalion's mission is represented by the chevron, which stands for support. The reversed chevron forms a "V," representing "Victory," and the two conjoined chevrons signify "Support for Victory." The palm refers to the former unit's service in the Pacific area during the Vietnam Conflict.
The mill rind represents the Support mission. The laurel wreath symbolizes the unit's distinguished service in the many campaigns in which it participated during World War II and Vietnam. The battle axes refer to land warfare in these conflicts and recall the Rhineland, theater of the unit's World War II service. Scarlet denotes courage and sacrifice.
The coat of arms was approved effective 1 September 1993. It was amended to include a crest on 23 March 1998.