Government, school and private groups honored the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks in scores of events around the Washington region last week and this weekend.

Eight Southern Maryland residents died Sept. 11, 2001, when an American Airlines jetliner commandeered by five terrorists crashed into the Pentagon.

The terrorists killed themselves and 184 victims who were either aboard Flight 77 or just starting the workday at the headquarters of the U.S. military.

* Kris Romeo Bishundat, 23, of Waldorf, a Navy petty officer assigned to the Pentagon just three months before the attack.

* Donna Marie Bowen, 42, of Waldorf, a wife and mother of three young children and a Verizon telephone worker assigned to an Army budgeting office.

* Sharon S. Carver, 38, of Waldorf, a civilian accountant for the Army.

* Angela M. Houtz, 27, of La Plata, a civilian analyst with the Office of Naval Intelligence.

* Shelley A. Marshall, 37, of Marbury, a budget analyst with the Defense Intelligence Agency who left behind a husband and two young children.

* Marvin Roger Woods, 57, of Great Mills, a retired Navy communications chief who worked as a civilian communications specialist at the Pentagon.

* John D. Yamnicky Sr., 71, of Waldorf, a retired Navy test pilot who was a passenger aboard the airliner that crashed into the Pentagon.

* Edmond Young Jr., 22, of Owings, a civilian technician who was assisting a general with a computer problem when the airliner struck the building.