ShieldPer bend Purpure and Gules, a bend Sable edged Argent surmounted by another compony counter-compony Or and Vert between in chief a lion's head erased affronté of the fifth and in base two spears in saltire, points upward of the fourth, surmounted by a stylized African Zulu shield Proper.
CrestFrom a wreath Argent and Purpure, in front of a demi-Philippine sun Proper, an oriental dragon Gules, garnished Or, fanged and clawed Argent.
ShieldPurple and white are the colors traditionally associated with Civil Affairs. Red signifies the warrior spirit of fearlessness. The bend with the twenty-eight green and gold squares suggest the strong bonds formed while working towards a common goal, alluding to the unit's lineage as the 28th Military Government Company. The following images represent the Battalion's area of operation - the lion's head denotes courage, order and leadership; the Zulu shield with spears is the traditional weapon of warriors of Africa, symbolizing the warrior ethos.
CrestThe Philippine sun indicates the unit's development during the Pacific Theater campaign. The oriental dragon signifies the Battalion's three wartime campaigns in Korea.
The coat of arms was approved effective 17 September 2012.