ShieldPer chevron Gules and Azure, on a chevron between in chief two broad arrows and in base a cross of Lorraine or five gunstones and on a canton Argent the shoulder sleeve insignia of the 36th Infantry Division, World War II Proper.
CrestThat for the regiments and separate battalions of the Texas Army National Guard: On a wreath of the colors Or and Gules, a mullet Argent encircled by a garland of live oak and olive Proper.
MottoPRIDE OF ORDNANCE.
ShieldThe chevron indicates military leadership. Gunstones connote artillery and they simulate grenades. Crimson and light blue are colors associated with Maintenance, the branch of the former organization. All of the above, along with the canton refer to the former unit's origin, their allotted State, World War II service and lineage. The broad arrows denote the former unit's participation in the assault landings in the Naples-Foggia and Southern France campaigns. The gunstones are also used to refer to the Anzio, Rome-Arno, Rhineland, Ardennes-Alsace and Central Europe campaigns, and the cross of Lorraine refers to the French Croix de Guerre with palm awarded to the former organization.
CrestThe crest is that of the Texas Army National Guard.
The coat of arms was originally approved for the 949th Maintenance Battalion on 10 May 1977. It was redesignated for the 949th Support Battalion with the symbolism revised effective 1 June 1987.