An Unsteady Vortex Lattice Method is developed and validated. It is coupled with a decambering methodology to account for viscous effects on the aerodynamic coefficients. Two additional methodologies to select a unique solution when multiple solutions arise have been proposed. The transient nature of the aerodynamic loads of a suddenly moving wing at different angles of attack is examined. Sudden jumps are observed in the CL(t) at post-stall angles of attack. The jumps are followed by the presence of asymmetric solutions, which then decline with time and a change in the solution state. Higher angles of attack see an increasing number of jumps. © 2018, Indian Academy of Sciences.