ShieldPer fess Gules and Azure (Dark Blue) on a fess enarched and rayed to chief of three the center one flory Or, a chess rook Sable.
CrestFrom a wreath Or and Gules a demi-sun in splendor superimposed by a quill of the second and a sword hilt to base saltirewise Argent grip Gules.
MottoTO PROVIDE WITH PRIDE.
ShieldThe arched fess suggests the sun's corona over the earth and alludes to the worldwide aspects of replacement, alluding to the unit's former designation as a Replacement Battalion. The rays emanating from the fess form a compass rose and further reflect the global aspects of personnel replacement. The flory ray between the two rays stands for the unit's World War II battle honors in France, Germany, and Central Europe. The chess rook which, in the game of chess, moves alternately until the game is complete, symbolizes the Battalion and its capabilities in providing command, staff, administration, and supply.
CrestThe rising sun refers to the unit's outstanding contributions to victory in Europe during World War II, thereby contributing to the dawn of a new era in the peace and development of the region. The sword symbolizes readiness and service to the individual soldier. The quill indicates superior administrative capabilities. Scarlet represents courage and sacrifice; gold denotes excellence.
The coat of arms was approved on 27 June 1994. It was amended to include a crest on 7 November 1996.