At last I have been able to see the scenario and I have some observations regarding the ORBAT of Venezuela and Colombia.
1-Radar coverage and SAM, operates under the Operational Command of Integral Aerospace Defense, CODAI.
A-Network of 10 JYL-1 3D early warning radars:
-San Fernando de Apure.
Additionally, there are Giraffe 75, Thales Reporter, JY-11B, YLC-2V and JZ / QF-612 mobile radars.
-3 BARAK 1 systems (current operation is unknown)
-11 Pechora S-125 2M systems,
-1 BUK M2E system.
-1 System S-300 VM Antey 2500.
Additionally MANPADS IGLA-S, RBS-70 and MISTRAL.
2-There are a greater number of air bases available.
3-The F-16 A / B received at the beginning of the 80s in a number of 24 units, only have a flight capacity of 10-12 examples and are part of the 16th Air Group of Hunting based on the El Libertador Air Base , BAEL (Black Stick)
4-Of the two Boeing 707 tankers, one is already disincorporated and the other is 8-9 years out of service due to problems with the engines. There are no plans for it to enter service in the short term.
5-There are currently 23 units, out of the original 24, of SU-30 MK2 aircraft. There are 11 units assigned to GAC 11 based at the Captain Manuel Ríos Air Base, BAMARI (El Sombrero). The remaining 12 are part of GAC 13 based at Lieutenant Luis Del Valle García Air Base, BAVALLE (Barcelona)
6-There is no presence of units of the Armada de Venezuela ARV.
1-In addition to those already indicated by @Danivas:
Correct and complete coverage of early warning radars, dependent on the National Air Defense System, SISDAN, composed of radars AN / TPS-70, 78 and 703.
2-There is no presence of units of the Colombian Navy ARC.
PS: With the unification of accounts login Matrix-Silterine I lost my previous nickname, SEAMAN.