Two Army officers reported a silver sphere traveling south at tremendous speed below the 10,000' cloud cover and against the wind.
The first officer estimated the size of the object at 2' to 3' in diameter and traveling beneath the cloud layer which was at 10,000'. The second officer estimated the size to be about 10' in diameter and about half the size of the full moon, and about 3,000' to 4,000' altitude.
The object appeared broadside to this second officer and gave no evidence of a spinning motion nor did he note any reflection. To him it appeared to have a dull metal finish. This officer pointed out that the object was definitely going against the wind.