The Pentagon is expected to sign a deal this week with Lockheed Martin for 32 F-35 fighter jets, a step forward in the Defense Department's troubled relationship with the F-35 program. "I think we made a lot of progress over the course of our negotiations in getting to a mutual understanding of where the program really is and what the costs are," said Frank Kendall, undersecretary of defense for acquisition, technology and logistics.

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