|location||Marie Byrd Land , West Antarctica|
|part of||Ford Ranges|
The Fleming Peaks are a small group of mountain peaks in Marie Byrd Land, West Antarctica . They rise up in the Ford Ranges 10 km east-southeast of the Bailey Ridge on the north flank of the Boyd Glacier .
They were discovered and mapped during the United States Antarctic Service Expedition (1939–1941). The Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names named it in 1966 after the New Zealander Bernard Lucas Fleming, assistant to the scientific staff of the second Antarctic expedition (1933–1935) of the US polar explorer Richard Evelyn Byrd .