According to a website of a martial arts school that teaches Hiep Tinh Mon Vietnam, it was founded by Grandmaster Qouc Dung in 1957. It is a traditional Vietnam martial art that combines fighting techniques of the Airborne Rangers, Green Beret guerrilla warfare during the Vietnam war with combative techniques from White Tiger, King Cobra, Sacred Eagle, Black Dragon and White Crane. It also offers internal and external force, including breathing exercises for longevity, curing illnesses, and general health and well being. Some breathing exercises are similar to Chinese tai chi, yoga, etc. The Frog Style breathing techniques develop students lung expansion and improves the cardiovascular system as well as internal organs. Students also learn to fight with elbows and knees from Vietnam kickboxing, which are similar to Muay Thai techniques. The 72 fighting elbows can be applied with deadly force to attacker's pressure points. It also includes throwing and grappling techniques. Are any of you familiar with this system? Have any of you practiced this system? I'm moving near the town where it is offered and would like to know more about it. Thanks.