|HMS Terror II,(1934-40)|
HMS Sultan (1941)
|Active||1934-1942, 1945-46, 1951-56|
|Country||British Straits Settlements|
|Part of||China Station|
|First||Commodore 2nd Class William P. Mark-Wardlaw|
|Last||Rear-Admiral Sir John Anthony Vere Morse|
Malaya was a naval command area of the Royal Navy headquartered at Singapore in Britsh Malaya. It was active from 1934 to 1942, then from 1945 to 1946 when the command was renamed to Malayan Area. In 1951 the Malayan area command was renamed back to Malaya.
Commodore, Malaya (1934-40)
|1||Commodore 2nd Class||William P. Mark-Wardlaw||1 September 1934 – 31 July 1936|
|2||Commodore 2nd Class||Marshal Llewelyn Clarke||31 July, 1936 –- 10 October, 1938|
|2||Commodore 1st Class||Thomas Bernard Drew||10 October, 1938 – 1 January, 1940|
Note; Also Commodore-in-Charge of Naval Establishments, Singapore.
Rear-Admiral, Malaya (1940-42)
|1||Rear-Admiral||Thomas Bernard Drew||1 January, 1940 - 10 June, 1941|
|2||Rear-Admiral||Ernest John Spooner||10 June, 1941 - February 1942|
Note: Also Rear-Admiral-in-Charge of Naval Establishments, Singapore.