Still. It would all have been better if there had been MV22 and a proper organic Royal Navy led CSAR capability...
If I remember the rescue was a led by the USMC from an amphibious ship, including both Cobras and AV-8B for escort. Yet during the Bosnian unpleasantness, Channel Four had made a programme (Equinox) about life aboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt. This documentary included speaking to the embarked Marines who were there to recover splashed aircrew....
1. The Argentines must have known ships were detached from the main task group for Operation Paraquat.
2. Seeing an enemy submarine on the surface, in time of a shooting war, and doing nothing, would be really really stupid.
3. He forgets to mention the way local advice regarding weather was ignored. Why did a whole SAS squadron need rescuing from a Glacier in blizzard conditions?