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Main Article Theories about
Richard Alpert's recruits
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Triumvirat of native islanders

Richard, Ben and Miles are three Islanders which share a common bond. In 1977 Miles was born on the Island, Benjamin lived there with his father and Richard was with the Others.

Their plan to blow up the Ajira plane on Hydra Island reveals that the three are conscious of possibly destroying their only means to leave the Island with the possible consequence that they will remain stuck on the Island.

The Outrigger Chase from S5x04 "The Little Prince"

Richard, Ben, and Miles are in the mysterious second outrigger seen in S5, episode 4 "The Little Prince". The chase occurs after the Flight 316 crash, as evidenced by the Ajira airlines water bottle. On their way to Hydra Island to blow up the Ajira plane, Richard, Ben, and Miles will encounter the time-travelling Locke, Sawyer, Juliet, Faraday, Charlotte, and Miles in the first outrigger. Either Richard or Ben will begin firing on the time-travellers in an effort to kill the time-travelling John Locke and change what happened by preventing him from turning the FDW and creating MiB's loophole. One of the three will be shot by the time-travelling Juliet, as seen in "The Little Prince".

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