ShieldPer bend Azure and Argent a bend divided dovetail Buff and Gules between a halberd Silver Gray bendwise in base and to chief a mullet of the first within two branches of sage Vert.
CrestThat for the regiments and separate battalions of the Nevada Army National Guard: From a wreath Argent and Azure, within a garland of sagebrush a sledge and miner's drill crossed in saltire behind a pickax in pale Proper.
MottoBATTLE BORN SUSTAIN FORWARD.
ShieldThe state colors for Nevada are silver, in heraldry usually shown as white, and blue. Silver signifies the five virtues of humility, beauty, purity, clarity, and innocence. It is also representative of truth, discretion, and maturity. Blue signifies constancy, loyalty, thinking, and truth. Buff and scarlet are the Support branch colors. Here they are divided by a dovetail partition line that symbolizes the Battalion's mission as a unit of the Nevada National Guard Multifunctional Logistics Battalion with that of supporting the Governor of the State or the President in times of national emergency. Buff represents the earth and lesser nobility. Scarlet signifies valiance. The halberd is an ancient weapon and symbolizes the unit's designation as a Combat Sustainment Support Battalion. The star and sage branches are taken from the state flag. Green signifies honor and adaptability.
CrestThe crest is that of the Nevada Army National Guard.
The coat of arms was approved effective 1 September 2011.