Of course, all of this misses the point. What caused the Argentines to fail first and foremost, was a shortsighted logistics and civil engineering problem.
They also bring the necessary materials to expand the Port Stanley airfield to handle Mirage and Dagger fighters along with fuel and munitions so they can fly for a protracted period.
I’ve said for a long time the unrecognised hero of the Falklands War was the civil engineer that sited the island’s only hard runway airfield on an (almost) island near Port Stanley. The problem was that due to geological issues it couldn’t be expanded without enormous effort and certainly not possible in the three to four week window of opportunity before hostilities. Whoever it was also made sure its length in 82 was below that required for any practical Mirage operations…. brilliant strategic thinking.