It was enough of a success to make the runway u/s for any plane big enough to be a nuisance - also it was almost 500 miles further than the Argentine capital on the mainland which showed them they could get more than double that bomb-load there if sufficiently motivated... it would only need doing once.
And she's still capable of that same mission now if need be
I wonder if the Argies are quietly keeping an eye on her in case she gets a bit frisky again.
But, I am wondering if the Vulcan had to make such a trip in anger if there are enough support tankers to keep her flying as was the complicated support given on the last raid. I also believe because of logistical problems the Vulcan actually scheduled to do the bombing was getting rather low on fuel and may have had to abort.........but the crew were determined to press on regardless.
This is vaguely remember from a documentart made about the raid a couple of months ago.