Lockheed, Pentagon Still Haggling Over F-35 Suspension

Lockheed Martin and the Pentagon have not yet figured out to get past an issue that spurred a suspension of F-35 Joint Strike Fighter deliveries, but the prime contractor's chief executive said April 24 she is confident they will soon.

“We are still progressing along with the Joint Program Office on that,” Lockheed Chairman, President and CEO Marillyn Hewson said. “It's just a temporary suspension that they have on accepting some aircraft until we reach agreement on a contractual issue. So we're working through that contractual issue with them.”

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