The following list presents various glideslope/AOA indications you can expect to see and the associated
corrections required to adjust back to the on-speed and centered ball approach. Remember, the glides-
lope is wedge shaped and progressively narrows as you get closer to the runway, so you must decrease
the magnitude of a correction for an equivalent amount of ball movement as you approach touchdown.
Figure 23 graphically depicts the glideslope corrections required during various situations.
REDUCE NOSE ATTITUDE
INCREASE NOSE ATTITUDE
Figure 23: GLIDESLOPE CORRECTIONS