Buff, a quatrefoil per bend Gules and Sable surmounted by a wyvern passant Argent.
From a wreath Argent and Buff, a buckle Gules interlaced with two scimitars in saltire, blades Argent (Silver Gray) and handgrips Gules, points up.
WARRIOR SPIRIT, WARRIOR SUPPORT.
Buff is a color traditionally associated with Support organizations. The wyvern stands for the unit's participation in the World War II assault landing in Southern France called "Operation Dragoon." It is taken from the arms of Draguignan, the capital of the Department of Var, where the landing took place. Black and red refer to the Rhineland campaign in which the organization also participated. The four foils allude to the unit's function of support.
The scimitars symbolize the unit's Southwest Asia campaign. The buckle denotes support. Red signifies the battalion's Meritorious Unit Commendation awarded to the unit.
The coat of arms was originally approved for the 530th Supply and Service Battalion on 16 February 1993. It was amended to change the motto and correct the symbolism on 7 April 1995. The insignia was redesignated effective 16 October 2006, for the 530th Support Battalion and amended to include a crest.