On the Apollo 11 Flight Journal Day 9: Re-entry and Splashdown, it says something about the "Constant g-phase". This is what the ALSJ says:
Planned drag level (deceleration) during the constant g phase: 4.00g.
An analysis of the Apollo 11 re-entry shows a graph of the g-forces experienced during re-entry (measured after entry interface). Here's the graph for reference:
The graph shows no flat line indicating a constant g-level. So what is this constant g-phase, and why did it not show up on the re-entry analysis? If this graph is incorrect, where can I find a correct version of the graph?