ShieldOr, a pale per chevron Gules (Crimson) and Or, charged in base with a hurt bearing a ski staff and ice axe in saltire of the first, between in flank two ropes palewise throughout of the second garnished Or.
CrestOn a wreath of the colors Or and Gules, two projectiles saltirewise Gules environed by a wreath of laurel and oak Proper, overall a fasces palewise Argent.
MottoMOBILITAS ET VIRTUS (Mobility and Strength).
ShieldCrimson and yellow are the colors traditionally associated with the Ordnance Corps, the former unit. The yellow pointed section of the shield represents a mountain and the blue disc stands for ice or a glacier. The rope, ice axe, and ski staff allude to the initial activation of the organization at Camp Carson, Colorado and the unit's mountain training and service with the 10th Mountain Division. The two lengths of rope symbolize the two battle honors awarded the former unit for service during World War II.
CrestThe colors crimson and yellow are the colors associated with Ordnance and reflect the unit's former designation and wartime service as an Ordnance Battalion. The colors red, white and green are adapted from the flag of Italy, the location of the former unit's campaign participation in World War II. Red is symbolic of courage, vitality and zeal; white suggests integrity and purity of ideals. The two projectiles represent the unit's wartime ordnance mission and denote their two campaigns in the North Apennines and the Po Valley during World War II. The projectiles are crossed to indicate strength and support. The fasces is emblematic of the Roman magisterial office and symbolizes power and decisiveness. The wreath of laurel and oak signifies achievement and strength.
The coat of arms was originally approved for the 710th Ordnance Battalion on 15 December 1954. It was redesignated for the 710th Maintenance Battalion and amended to correct the motto effective 1 August 1985. The insignia was redesignated for the 710th Support Battalion with the blazon amended to include a crest and the symbolism revised on 3 April 1991. It was amended to correct the blazon of the shield on 12 July 1991.