I do hope the rest is following the line as how the Falklands War happened.
I have views about the drawing. Not your fault, obviously. The phrase: "No," sprung to my mind.
We wore berets, not helmets. The reason being that we were fighting at night; since the Argentine forces wore helmets, we were able to tell instantly from the silhouette whether it was one of us or one of them, and react accordingly. The ground looks dry. It wasn't. God knows what those spotlights are. Those lines representing incoming bullets are curious. They don't look like that. I've no idea why he's got a half pack on. He'll have either taken it all off, or kept it all on. What are those starshells doing? We didn't use them; darkness was our friend. They used them, but not to illuminate their own positions. I've no idea what that chap is aiming at. You need to identify a bunker before you can bust it up.
Mount Harriet is secured with two British dead and thirteen wounded. Argentine losses are ten killed and 53 wounded.
I only recall one Marine killed; there may have been another after I got casevaced out, but not to my knowledge.
I note that Mount Kent took up pretty much a post, while Mount Harriet takes a single line.