So it exited jump going fast enough for an atmospheric compression effect. It is slowing down (though it may use its own manoeuvring engines to push down - they seem to be invisible when firing anyway) but the hull is heating up, so it still ends up brighter at the end than in the beginning.
And the strike crafts aren't affected because they are aerospace crafts, not space-only like the Galactica. So obviously, they can move in the atmosphere without burning up. They must have, uh... extra-slick coating so air can move around without being compressed as much or something andshutupitsscifyanyway.
I'd expect them to be slammed up, though, something that is missing in the scene.
(Still wondering how any form of civilisation can exist with magical everywhere-to-everywhere jump without destroying itself in the next five minutes, or why the Cylons needed to anything but jump nukes all over their cities and bases. But let's play along - the show is still pretty good)
ergo your argument is invalid.
We're talking about SF, so let's not use backwardly obsolete legacy units of measure. And yes I watched the entire show. I know what point you want to make about SF and the future. Shush.
Obviously you should use leagues.