ShieldPer chevron embattled Gules and Azure fimbriated Argent, two quills saltirewise of the last superimposed by a sword Or grip garnished of the first.
CrestFrom a wreath Argent and Gules an oriental dragon passant Proper, overall a demi-palm tree of the like issuing from a pheon point to base Gules.
MottoDEFEND SERVE SUSTAIN.
ShieldDark blue and scarlet are the colors traditionally associated with Personnel Services units. Red is symbolic of courage, vitality, zeal, and determination; gold signifies high ideals, achievement, and excellence; blue denotes loyalty. The embattled chevron implies strength and support and recalls the motto. The quills symbolize the unit's functions and are crossed to show strength; the sword implies military preparedness.
CrestThe colors red, yellow, and green are adapted from the USA Vietnam campaign streamer and reflect service in Vietnam. The oriental dragon, also a symbol of Vietnam, personifies vigilance, preparedness, and military might. The demi-palm tree reflects campaign participation in Southwest Asia, and the pheon, a symbol of battle action and aggressiveness, suggests the unit's service during World War II.
The coat of arms was approved on 11 January 1995.