Ciao Scott! The Mil Std specifies two different configuration:
A-13A-1 having fluorescent hand and dial markings (without saying which marking)
A-13A-2 having matt white hand and dial
I think that the A-13A-1 is more practical approach for a wrist watch so mine has white luminous hand and marks at 12,3,6 and 9.
I'm not very much equipped for this type of shots but here we are. Both watches (Speedy on the left) have been exposed to the same amount of natural light, shutter speed 6 sec.
As already mentioned, the lume is good enough to easily check the time at 6:30 in the morning, but it doesn't glow like a Planet Ocean that has massive amount of lume material. You might remember that the problem was to keep the hands mass very low (and fully balanced) and lume paint is a relatively high density paint.