Gules, an annulet Or surmounted on dexter and sinister with six gouttes, three and three, Azure debruised by a pale of the second bearing a tower Sable flammant, charged with a key, ward up Or.
From a wreath Or and Gules, a demi-sphere Azure surmounted by six bamboo stalks in chevron, three and three of the first fretted at chief point; in base a mullet Argent.
KEEP THEM FIGHTING.
Red is the color traditionally associated with Support units. The gold ring, which alludes to wheels, refers to the historic predecessor Quartermaster Battalion. The pale denotes military strength. The award for service in Germany is symbolized by the black tower. The blue drops together with the flames of fire indicate the decontamination services assigned for firefighting and mobile shower service. The battalions five campaign honors awarded for service in Europe, World War II are commemorated by the five flames. The prime mission of the 563d Support Battalion is symbolized by the gold key.
The ultramarine blue demi-sphere suggests the aviation support mission of the unit. The bamboo stalks signify the unit's campaign in Vietnam. The bamboo stalks in chevron symbolize support, the branch with which the unit is associated. The star represents the unit's Meritorious Unit Commendation awarded for service in Vietnam.
The coat of arms was approved on 4 October 2005.