If the wheels were part of the Cherubs, it would be unnecessary to say that the spirit of the Cherubs was in the wheels also. Also, planes don't have spirits to share with their wheels. (Certainly, "spirit" here is not a reference to a soul, but to a shared trait between the Cherubs and what the wheels represents, causing the two to move in unison.)
I'm done with this discussion. Cherubs are human-like creatures with wings, but without wheels. Without a doubt. Claiming them to be jet planes is laughable.
As I said before *I* am not the one talking about the cherubim being jet planes. What I likened to a modern airstrike was the BATTLE David describes. The only things I know of the Cherubim is from the descriptions that come from the Bible. That such descriptions involve the ability to fly and be ridden on/in, used to launch weapons from, have wheels and retractable or foldable wings, canopies, some form of seating arrangement, involve loud noise, thick black clouds (or smoke), something that resembles coals of fire, etc. is all information we get from the Bible itself.