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There is still a functioning system in place - Legislature and Judicial - as well as mechanisms for executive branch succession, e.g. Speaker of the House.
DoD sits on the sidelines and stays quiet until the political branches sort it out. If DoD jumps in once, what prevents it from doing so again in the future. We may be awarded chest-fuls of medals and ribbons like banana republics, but we don't have to respond like one.
At least in "my" AMC/AFRC heavies years, the Giant Report and a check of CFR are the items OGV or others would check if an OG or higher waiver were needed before pursuing and inking.
Items like signs too tall or close for some aircraft, existing waivers that may have expired or just acknowledging that the USAF has not eyeballed the field can come into play, better beforehand.
Even Oshkosh can feel like a shoehorn in and out of parking with a C-17 on a towbar.
Making sure there are no fees at a joint use or civilian field also makes the list, but not in this context of an airshow static.
Until it's parked and when restarted, it's just another use of the flying hours program.
Typically the airfield is handled like any off station training field not "approved" in your unit's in-flight/local transition training guide/list.