Not sure how much further you are in the process but thought I would give some guidance, if the time has passed than disregard and good luck in your service!
Depending on how far out you are from the Navy and what your PT test scores are sitting at right now, you may want to do some self assessment work and see where you stand and what you should be focusing on. With that being said if you’ve got some time before shipping off, or if your run time is already sitting strong, I’ve been running the conditioning program below to keep my conditioning up during a strength cycle and… because I like farmers walks.
Monday: Deadlift Day
5x30ish meter prowler sprints every two minutes on the minute (add weight weekly as desired)
Tuesday: Bench Day
3x1000m rows rest 3 minutes between efforts (cut it to 3x500m if my lifting took too long)
Wednesday: Off from Gym
1 mile run
Unilateral loaded carry conditioning
With a kettlebell (I used 24kg/53lb bell)
20 seconds overhead carry, 30 second front rack, 40 second farmers carry, switch hands and repeat
1 mile run
*add 5 seconds each week to each carry portion until you figure out where you need to adjust the time abased on weakness and what gives out faster- I just carried my phone timer or watch in whichever hand wasn’t holding the kettlebell to keep track of time
Thursday: Squat Day
Air assault bike sprints
30 second sprint
30 second recover (either slow bike or just chill)
Friday: Overhead Press Day
5x30ish meter farmers walk every 2 minutes on the minute (progressively add weight each week as desired)
Saturday: 3 mile run
Also you mentioned you’re in a caloric surplus, and that’s fine but make sure you’re getting the right calories because when it comes to running, the less weight you carry the easier it is, so don’t be putting on any useless weight.