Gules (Brick Red), an annulet of the first (Scarlet) fimbriated Or (Golden Yellow) surmounted by a tower of the like masoned of the first charged with a fleur-de-lis Azure enfiled by a stylized railroad Sable fimbriated Golden Yellow.
From a wreath Or (Golden Yellow) and Gules (Brick Red), a Taeguk fimbriated Or (Golden Yellow) radiating three knives and three flutes countercharged Proper, interlaced by three directional arrows environed Sable.
CONSIDER IT DONE.
The unit's World War II service in Central Europe and the Rhineland is symbolized by the tower; the fleur-de-lis represents campaigns in Normandy and Northern France. The unit's Meritorious Unit Commendation is recalled by the red annulet which, with the railroad track, represents the transportation mission. Black denotes strength; gold, excellence.
The three directional arrows allude to movement and the three modes of transportation on land, air and water. The taeguk is the symbol of Korea. The flutes symbolize the Korean musical culture and the knives symbolize strength. The six flutes and knives represent the campaigns the unit participated in. The combination of the elements allude to a wheel, the symbol of the Transportation Corps.
The coat of arms was authorized on 12 May 1998.