Phase II is nothing like indoc.
Correct, but it exist for a reason and an accessment lacks validated purpose of there is NO go-no go decision objectives and actions.
Unless you're an officer don't worry about it, it has nothing to do with you.
A very foolish comparison and conclusion to assert. If an individual is required to participate in a phase 2 assessment it is something to take seriously. The OP's question about phase 2 is clearly something new and after additional disclosure of his service history is clearly connected to the crosstraining (entry classification/entry job placement) concurrently involving transition out of reserve component into Regular (active duty) Air Force.
As I stated in another thread the opening of the last closed to women military occupations has much change blowing in the wind. Simple explanation is human performance studies done last year demonstrated what level and quality of human standards are needed which involves a bit more than being a looking good on the fitness training field.
It's so bad that the point of it is that officers that actually make it through, t's pretty much guaranteed they'll never quit indoc.
it does have this result for officers, but officers incur a several year service obligation (just like completing pilot training) and the purpose is to ensure the officer is there to serve performing CRO duties for those years.
I will be visting the courses at Lackland, HQ AETC, and CRO/PJ School house and will give insight from those implementing current official policies and course training objectives.