Per chevron, Or and Gules (Brick Red), a sphere gridlined and counterchanged, on a chief of the second a winged gyroscope Argent.
On a wreath of the colors, Or and Gules (Brick Red), a wheel of five spokes Buff surmounted by a spearhead point up, Sable charged with a goute d'or and interlaced by a crescent of Scarlet.
FACILE PRINCEPS (Easily The Best).
Brick red and golden yellow are the branch colors of Transportation. The wings and gyroscope (an instrument used in aviation for the maintenance of stabilization and equilibrium) symbolize the primary mission of the Battalion in aircraft maintenance to a Field Army. The globe refers to the unit's readiness for worldwide service, while the chevron, signifying strength and support, emphasizes the unit's maintenance and supportive mission.
The scarlet crescent, from the flag of Tunisia, alludes to the Tunisian Campaigns, the unit's "Baptism of Fire" in World War II. The spearhead symbolizes the amphibious assault on Sicily for which the unit was awarded a streamer with arrowhead; the color black and the gold droplet symbolize petroleum and fuel and refer to the unit's designation as a Quartermaster Gasoline Supply Battalion. The unit was later redesignated Quartermaster Battalion, Mobile and participated in five additional campaigns commemorated by the five-spoked wheel, the color buff being the Quartermaster Corps branch color.
The coat of arms was approved on 16 February 1979.