Gules (Brick Red), within a vol Or (Golden Yellow) charged at the tips with a fleur-de-lis of the first, a wagon wheel Or, in chief three fleurs-de-lis arched of the like.
From a wreath Or and Gules (Brick Red), an annulet enclosing a cinquefoil of the like bearing a bezant charged with a cross paty Sable.
PRIMUS INTER PARES (First Among Equals).
Brick red and yellow are colors traditionally associated with the Transportation Corps. The wings and wheel represent rapid and efficient transportation by wheeled vehicles. The motto translates to "First Among Equals" and refers to the hauling record achieved by the Battalion. The fleurs-de-lis denote participation in five campaigns in Europe during World War II. Black, taken from the flag of Germany, is for the three campaign participations on German soil.
Brick red is the primary color traditionally used by Transportation and reflects the unit's history and heritage. The annulet suggests a wheel symbolizing transportation and the ground mission. The cinquefoil refers to France and denotes the unit's five campaigns in Europe. The cross is adapted from the crest of Germany and represents service in the Rhineland.
The coat of arms was approved on 13 May 1993. It was amended to include a crest on 12 May 1998.