Six Army soldiers who took part in Operation Desert Storm were treated at a U.S. military hospital for "non-combative problems," an Army spokesman said.

Lt. Col. Bruce Fried would not specify the nature of the treatment.Wichita Falls television station KFDX quoted a Pentagon source whom it did not identify as saying the soldiers suffered "war jitters."

Fried said Wednesday that three of the six were treated and released from the Technical Training Center Hospital at Sheppard Air Force Base. The other three were hospitalized there in satisfactory condition, he said.