A gold color metal and enamel device 1 3/16 inches (3.02 cm) in height consisting of a red equilateral triangle charged with a gold Philippine sea lion, the dexter paw grasping a sword, the triangle within a blue ring and in front of two gold quills, the nibs crossed beneath the base of the triangle and touching the inner rim of the ring, and the stems curving upward and outward behind the triangle and crossing the ring all surmounting a gold Philippine sun, the tips of the rays extending beyond the ring, the ends of the quills curled behind the two horizontal rays and the ring bearing at the top the word "PROVIDING" and in base the words "WITH MOBILITY" in gold letters.
Brick red and gold are the colors for Transportation and the blue ring alludes to the Quartermaster insignia wheel and signifies the unit's descent, while the sun's rays, extending beyond the ring, simulates the wheel of the Transportation Corps insignia. The sun also denotes the area of action of the organization against an enemy, while the triangle and sea lion, suggested by the Philippine President's flag, refers to the Philippine Presidential Unit Citation Honor awarded the unit during World War II, the quills are representative of authority, and symbolize the command and supervision aspects of the organization.
The distinctive unit insignia was approved on 8 May 1967. It was amended on to change the description on 13 June 1967.