General Dynamics Corp. billed taxpayers more than $2,500 for a company executive's 1982 and 1983 trips to New York and California, where he hosted guests at an exclusive military ball and the Super Bowl, sources said. In expense claims for the two trips by retired Gen. William (Moon) Mullins, a company vice president, General Dynamics also charged the Pentagon $802 for a "business conference" at a New York nightclub and $70 in baby-sitting fees, investigators for the House Energy and Commerce subcommittee said. The company has denied any improprieties. The panel has also raised questions about $5 million in blank vouchers found in the defense contractor's files.
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