DALLAS -- The Army & Air Force Exchange Service's continuing efforts to provide a "taste of home" to military families around the world were recently recognized by Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen at its annual international franchise conference.The Exchange received four awards including the "International Gold Plate," awarded to the Popeyes at Camp Carroll in Korea, and "The Silver Plate," awarded to the Popeyes at Camp Casey, also in Korea."The International Gold Plate" is presented to one international Popeyes restaurant annually out of a total of more than 2,000 restaurants in 27 international markets."This award acknowledges the premier overseas restaurant that excels in operational excellence, community involvement and sales performance," said the Exchange's VP of Services and Food Rich Pickering."The Silver Plate" recognizes overall operations excellence, positive restaurant image and effective usage of franchise training tools.The Exchange Popeyes location at Schofield Barracks in Hawaii took home the "Three Million Dollar Store" award and had the fourth highest sales volume in the Popeyes system worldwide.Additionally, Exchange Senior Restaurant Program Planner Adrian Hinson was awarded the "Servant Leader" trophy for his dedication and devotion to overseeing 74 Popeyes restaurants globally."Industry recognition confirms our ability to deliver hometown dining experiences to troops and their families, regardless of where they are called to serve," said Pickering. "Winning these awards speaks volumes about the dedication and hard work put in daily by the Exchange's Popeyes restaurants, managers and their team members."