ShieldAzure (Flag Blue), on a fess of the first, edged Argent (Silver Gray) between in dexter chief a sea lion rampant grasping a dagger and in sinister chief a fleur-de-lis and in base a tomahawk bendwise, blade head upwards, pointing down, all Or, a stylized snowcapped mountain range Proper, all within a bordure of the second bearing a orle of barb wire Sable.
CrestThat for the regiments and separate battalions of the Colorado Army National Guard: From a wreath Or and Azure (Flag Blue), a fasces paleways Proper with ribbon of Red, White and Blue.
ShieldDark blue and white are the historic colors associated with Infantry units. Black implies fortitude. The fess/horizontal bar conveys readiness to service. Gold denotes insight. The sea lion with dagger symbolizes service in the Asian-Pacific Theater; the fleur-de-lis indicates France campaign. The tomahawk alludes to the rich Native American heritage of the state of Colorado and the unit’s adopted emblem, encouraging esprit de corps. The four peaks of the mountain range signify the mountains on the front range of state – Long’s Peak, Mt. Evans, Pikes Peak and Mount Blanco, the home station of the Regiment. The gold and silver colors represent the mining history of Colorado. The border suggests the escalation of recognition. The barb wire suggests reinforcement, alluding to the taming and the tradition of the west.
CrestThe crest is that of the Colorado Army National Guard.
The coat of arms was approved on 22 January 2014.