Dehydrated food packets probably weren't what Napoleon had in mind when he said an army moved on its stomach. But even freezedried coqauvin carries a hefty cost. During Operation Iraqi Freedom, the 3rd Infantry Division of the U.S. Army, 20,000 soldiers strong, required over 4,000 tons of supplies per day, including food. Multiply that by all the other military units on duty in the Middle East, and you've got, well, a lot of food to move. By one estimate, the total cost of logistics for the operation reached an average of $10 million per hour.