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Project T.A.H.I.T.I. is

eventually revealed to be cannibalizing the body of a dead Kree, extracting its fluids from its decomposing corpse to create the GH-series of serums which served as the resurrection mechanism for Coulson.

Now, I’m not suggesting Fury or S.H.I.E.L.D. killed the Kree to do this, but it’s pretty morbid stuff in any case.

He just may have been the equivalent of a private who died in a crash on Earth, or whatever. His life or name while alive may have been inconsequential. But though his death, his life arguably contributed to one of the most consequential events of the MCU universe:

Coulson’s resurrection from death after being killed in the first Avengers film. Who was he?

What was this guy’s name?

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    I believe it's unknown but I'm not familiar enough with AoS to know if I'm missing anything to be confident in an answer.
    – TheLethalCarrot
    Jan 6 at 13:30
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    Given that Coulson's resurrection has had no effect whatsoever on the MCU films or other TV shows, I would say "one of the most consequential events" is completely wrong.
    – OrangeDog
    Jan 6 at 14:20
  • Well, it’s at least arguable, though. I never claimed the argument would be a good one. Jan 6 at 15:02

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As per Valorum's posted link, the Kree "donor" is currently unidentified, and is only referred to as the "Guest Host", leading to the first characters of GH.325, the drug used in Project T.A.H.I.T.I..

Also, the "Guest Host" was left on Earth thousands of years ago, and was by all indications inactive during that time, it is unlikely to be any named Kree already mentioned in the show or MCU films.

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