This report , commissioned by the Citizens Awareness Network, sets forth a strategy for robust storage of US spent nuclear fuel. The prevailing practice of storing most US spent fuel under water in high-density pools poses a high risk of maliciously-induced release of radioactive material. Additionally, dry-storage modules of independent spent fuel storage installations at nuclear power plants are not designed to resist determined acts of malice or insanity. This report presents a detailed strategy to address both wet and dry storage risks. This strategy should be seen as a major element of our homeland security. Both the executive summary and the complete report can be downloaded here.