ShieldAzure, a Roman sword hilt to base and a quill saltirewise Or; a chief indented of four Gules fimbriated Or.
CrestFrom a wreath Or and Azure, within a laurel wreath Proper, a Taeguk fimbriated Or.
ShieldDark blue and scarlet are traditionally associated with the Adjutant General's Corps. The quill represents administrative excellence. The sword stands for military service and the individual soldier served by the Battalion, a reference to the motto, "WARRIORS FIRST." It is of an early Roman type, recalling World War II service in Italy. The indented chief alludes to the Apennines and is also associated with the unit's service in World War II. Red denotes courage; gold stands for excellence.
CrestDistinguishing service in five campaigns during the Korean War is denoted by the Taeguk. The colors of the Taeguk, red and blue, recall the Meritorious Unit Commendation and the Presidential Unit Citation, presented to the unit in 1953. The laurel wreath is a symbol of honorable service and indicates a striving toward peace. Gold symbolizes excellence.
The coat of arms was approved effective 16 August 1995.