This new, incredibly detailed account on the work needed, then the actual attack, by a Vulcan (XM607), on the runway at Port Stanley in the Falklands in April/May 1982, is a very readable account of this famous action.
It is in fact, a new classic, about the best aviation book I've ever read, yet perfectly accessible to the more general reader.
This review alerted me to it, turns out it's a fair reflection of this work (they do mean 1961, not 1951, when discussing in flight refuelling in this review) ;
More here, (it's also on Amazon);
The book also goes into great detail about the Victor tankers that made it all possible, the crews of both aircraft, their personalities all well drawn.
If you already knew this first 'Black Buck' mission was a triumph of rapid improvisation, planning, endurance and raw courage, you are right, but until you read this book, you don't know the half of it!
Vulcan 607 gets my very highest possible recommendation.
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