A Silver color metal and enamel device 1 3/16 inches (3.02 cm) in height overall consisting of a shield blazoned as follows: Gris, on a chevron Gules, surmounted by a pale Buff charged with a bayonet erect, between in chief a wheel of the first and two keys in saltire of the last, superimposed with a pellet, six mullets, three and three, Gris; on a chief Azure, a stylized mountain range Buff. Attached below the shield a Black scroll inscribed "CUTTING EDGE" in Silver.
Red and buff are the colors traditionally associated with Support units. The chevron symbolizes support and the mission of the battalion. The stars signify the unit's command and control responsibilities. The following images represent the Battalion's multifunctional tasks: the wheel denotes Transportation; the pellet, illustrating a bombshell suggests Ordnance; and the keys indicate Quartermaster. The bayonet on the pale highlights the Battalion's military strength to support combat operations during Operation Desert Storm and Operation Iraqi Freedom, referring to the unit motto "Cutting Edge." The mountain range alludes to the Blue Ridge Mountains and the geographical location of the unit headquarters in western North Carolina.
The distinctive unit insignia was approved on 21 June 2007.