Rear-Admiral Derek James Anthony MBE (2 November 1947 − 19 March 2019) was a Royal Navy officer, who became Flag Officer Scotland, Northern England and Northern Ireland.
|Born||2 November 1947|
|Died||19 March 2019 (aged 71)|
Ashford, Kent, South East England
|Years of service||1966 - 2003|
|Commands held||HMS Onslaught|
Scotland, Northern England and Northern Ireland
|Awards||Member of the Order of the British Empire|
Anthony joined the Royal Navy in 1966. After qualifying as a submariner and being given command of the submarines HMS Onslaught and then HMS Warspite, he became captain of the frigate HMS Cumberland in 1991. He was appointed Director of Naval Service Conditions at the Ministry of Defence in 1993; Deputy Flag Officer Submarines in 1996; and, naval attaché in Washington D. C. in 1997, before becoming Flag Officer, Scotland, Northern England and Northern Ireland in 2000 and retiring in 2003.
| Flag Officer Scotland, Northern England and Northern Ireland