CHARLESTON -- Maj. Marion Ryan McCown Jr. is finally at rest in South Carolina. The World War II aviator was buried with full military honors Sunday, 65 years after he disappeared during a dogfight with a Japanese fighter over the Pacific. His remains were found last year inside the wreckage of his Corsair fighter on a mountainside in New Guinea. The Post and Courier of Charleston reports McCown was buried along side his mother's grave in the Unitarian Church of Charleston cemetery. The church was filled to capacity. He was remembered as a Golden Gloves boxer who enlisted in the Marines, quickly becoming a member of Marine Fighter Squadron VMF-321, known as the "Hell's Angels." He was 27 when he went missing while flying escort on a mission to bomb a Japanese air base in New Guinea. ------ Information from: The Post and Courier,