Per saltire Gules and Buff, within an orle Or charged with thirteen (13) pellets, wings conjoined in base of the third.
That for the regiments and separate battalions of the South Carolina Army National Guard: From a wreath Or and Gules (Brick Red), upon a mount Vert a palmetto tree Proper charged with a crescent Argent.
The following elements make up the logistical functions of the Battalion - Brick red, the color associated with the Transportation branch, denotes the unit's capability to move troops, supplies and equipment; Buff refers to the Quartermaster responsibilities to provide supplies and services and the pellets suggest Ordnance and munitions. The number 13 (thirteen) alludes to South Carolina as one of the original thirteen colonies. The wings symbolize flight. The saltire signifies the cooperation and determination of each branch to perform as a whole. The orle indicates continuance to operate effectively amidst uncertainty.
The crest is that of the South Carolina Army National Guard.
The coat of arms was approved on 25 March 2009.