A silver colored metal and enamel device 1 1/4 inches (3.18 cm) in height consisting of a blue annulet surmounted by a silver Doric column and in saltire two silver bows, all above a blue scroll inscribed "OZARK" in silver letters.
Blue is for Infantry. The bow is an early weapon used by foot soldiers (Infantry) and refers to the 102d Infantry Division. The bows are two in number to allude to the two campaigns in which the Division participated during World War II. The column stands for support given to the Division. The elements of the design also represent the Division's numerical designation, "102," as follows: The column simulates a "1," the annulet an "O," and the two bows refer to the number "2." The motto "OZARK" is the sobriquet of the former 102d Infantry Division. The world "Ozark" is also a corruption of the French battle cry "AUX ARCS" (To The Bows) and is also alluded to by the two silver bows.
The distinctive unit insignia was originally approved for the 102d U.S. Army Reserve Command on 13 January 1970. It was redesignated for the 102d Training Division (Maneuver Support) with the description and symbolism updated on 19 June 2007. The insignia was amended to correct the redesignation date to reflect 16 September 2009.