ShieldOr, on a saltire Gules (Crimson) a fireball Sable fired Proper charged with a gear wheel Argent pierced; on a chief of the second fimbriated of the first an anvil of the like.
CrestOn a wreath of the colors Or and Gules (Crimson), in front of a spoked wheel Or a double-headed demi-eagle displayed Sable armed of the first langued Gules and charged on the breast with a fleur-de-lis Argent.
MottoPROFESSIONALS IN GEAR.
ShieldYellow and crimson are the colors associated with Ordnance. The saltire suggests support of the Army mission. The fireball symbolizes the Ordnance mission, the four flames implying the four corners of the earth, indicating the worldwide scope of the United States defense. The gear wheel alludes to the unit's motto. The chief symbolizes the Meritorious Unit Commendation awarded the unit in World War II. The anvil alludes to repair and the unit's World War II designation as an Ordnance Maintenance Battalion.
CrestThe wheel recalls the unit's history as an Ordnance Automotive Maintenance Battalion. The eagle refers to the unit's World War II campaign participation in the Rhineland. The fleur-de-lis suggests the unit's campaign participation in Central Europe.
The coat of arms was approved on 11 May 1987.