Well if your going to go the airborne way (jump out of planes), start working towards running 4 miles at a 9 min/mile pace. If not, I'd suggest work on getting your run to about 7 min/mile for 3 miles, it will put you at a better pace for running the 2 mile PT test. When you do run the 2 miler for score/test reason, run your heart out and don't think about it. push yourself when it hurts, pain really is in the mind (for the most part). I'm not saying run full speed from the start, just know what your natural run pace is and push a little bit more. That's a part of being a soldier, knowing your limits and pushing to achieve more.
Most Common phrases out of a duckers mouth:
Why couldn't you have been born a duck!!!
OH S*&T, DUCKS!
Damn tweedy bird, you about got shot.
There's a whole bunch of duc..oh wait, tweety birds.
I about turned this mosquito into a duck
I just got ate up