Distinctive Unit Insignia
Superimposed on a gold shield 1 1/2 inches (3.18 cm) in height, a black felt hat of the Puritan period with white band and gold buckle transfixed horizontally by a red Indian arrow with gold arrowhead outlined red all above and conjoined with a gold motto scroll inscribed "FOLLOW ME" in black letters.
The hat is of the type worn by Roger Williams, founder of Rhode Island, transfixed by an Indian arrow.
The distinctive unit insignia was originally approved for the 385th Infantry, Organized Reserves on 9 August 1924. It was redesignated for the 385th Regiment (BCT), Army Reserve on 15 June 1960. The insignia was amended to revise the description of the design on 11 June 1970.
Coat Of Arms
Azure, a bend Argent, overall in pale an anchor Or, that portion on the bend fimbriated of the first.
From a wreath Argent and Azure, a felt hat of the Puritan period Proper (Black hat, White band and Gold buckle) transfixed fessways by an Indian arrow Gules armed Or.
The shield is blue and white representing Infantry, the previous unit designation, and displays the Rhode Island anchor.
The crest is a hat of the type worn by Roger Williams, the founder of Rhode Island, transfixed by an Indian arrow.
The coat of arms was originally approved for the 385th Infantry, Organized Reserves on 4 August 1924. It was amended to change the wording of the blazon on 10 February 1928. The coat of arms was redesignated for the 385th Regiment (BCT), Army Reserve, on 15 June 1960.