My Workout Program

(English is not my first language)
Length: 183cm
Weight: 86-88kg
Age: 19
Hello, I need help with my current program.
I been training awhile and I’m training to get good cardio/endurance and strong/functional because I’m training for the military, which I’m joining in January or February.
Anyone here who’s actually been a solider and knows the best way to prepare? If so how should I train. I guess the way I’ve been training is not optimal.
It’s been like this:

Monday
Morning:
A1. Power Clean 5x6 (80kg)
A2. Weighted Pull Up 5x15 (15kg)
B1. Barbell Row 3x8-12 (90kg)
B2. Barbell Curl 3x8-12 (50kg)
20 Minute Run
Afternoon:
1 Hour Boxing Training

Tuesday
Morning:
A1. Barbell Squat 5x6-8 (130kg)
A2. Weighted Dip 5x15 (20kg)
B1. Seated Overhead Press 3x12 (25kg)
B2. Push Ups 10x30
20 Minute Run
Afternoon:
1 Hour Boxing Training

Wednesday
Morning:
10km Run (50min on average)
Afternoon:
1 Hour Boxing Training

Thursday
Morning:
A1. Power Clean 5x6 (80kg)
A2. Weighted Chin Up 5x15 (15kg)
B1. Seated Cable Row 3x8-12 (85kg)
B2. Barbell Curl 3x8-12 (50kg)
20 Minute Run
Afternoon:
1 Hour Boxing Training

Friday
Morning:
A1. Leg Press 5x12
A2. Weighted Dip 5x15 (20kg)
B1. Barbell Overhead Press 3x8-12 (55kg)
B2. Push Ups 10x30
20 Minute Run
Afternoon:
1 Hour Boxing Training

Saturday
Morning:
10km Run (50min on average)

This routine have been working good for me and I’m not feeling overtrained, I keep getting stronger but my Cardio is not as good as I want it same goes for my endurance.

Is a plan like this better?
Monday
Morning Full Body Strength
Afternoon Boxing

Tuesday
Morning Run x time/distance
Afternoon Boxing

Wednesday
Morning Full Body Strength
Afternoon Boxing

Thursday
Morning Run x time/distance
Afternoon Boxing

Friday
Morning Full Body Strength
Afternoon Boxing

Saturday
Morning Marching with (x)kg x time/distance

If not, what do you recommend?
(Serious posts here, no messing around, thank you)

If cardio is your goal then you could easily drop back to two full body weight lifting sessions per week and increase your running. Lift for maintenance while you try to improve your cardio/conditioning.

Honestly, I would do a shitload of pushups and pullups, and running. That’s about it.
Maybe some squats and deadlifts, but not much more.

Load a backpack and run.