Major General Anastasios Dimoulas was born on April 5, 1968, in Kozani. He entered the Hellenic Military Academy in 1986 and graduated in 1990 as a Second Lieutenant in Artillery.

As a junior officer, he served in Artillery Units (Combat and Anti-Aircraft) with duties including Firing Officer, Anti-Aircraft Artillery Tactical Control Officer, Battery Commander, Artillery Battalion Commander, and Operations and Intelligence Officer.

As a senior officer, he served as an Operations Officer (2002-2006) and later as the Commander of the 180th Guided Missiles Squadron “HAWK” (2013-2015).

In between, he served as a Department Head (2007-2012), Director of the Anti-Aircraft Artillery Wing (2016–2017), and Director of the 2nd Staff Office (2018-2019) of the Hellenic Army Artillery Directorate.

In 2020, he was appointed as the Commander of Artillery Units at the 79th National Guard Units Command.

In March 2021, he was promoted to the rank of Brigadier General and was placed as the Commander of the Artillery School and the following year as the Commander of the Artillery Directorate of the Supreme Military Command of the Interior and Islands “AEGEAS”.

In 2023, he was positioned in the Hellenic Army General Staff/Artillery Directorate as the Deputy Director and from January 2024, as the Director.

In March 2024, he was promoted to the rank of Major General and was appointed as the Commander at the NATO Missile Firing Installation (Chania, Crete).

He attended all the required schools of his branch, the Command and Staff College (SDIEP), the Joint War College (ADISPO), and the National Defence College (SETHA).

He is a graduate of the Advanced Officers’ Course of the United States Army Air Defense Artillery School in El Paso, Texas.

He speaks English.

Major General Anastasios Dimoulas has been awarded the full set of decorations, medals, and commendations provided for in the regulations.

Major General Anastasios Dimoulas is married to Konstantina Mouroutsou and has three children.