I'd have to say maybe.
First, I'm in MN, not Oregon, so you'll have to talk to a lender there.
I will say that I can't do a conventional loan withing 4 to 7 years of a foreclosure.
I can do an FHA loan after three years or if "the foreclosure was the result of documented extenuating circumstances that were beyond the control of the borrower and the borrower has re-established good credit since the foreclosure, an exception may be granted to the three-year requirement. Extenuating circumstances include serious illness or death of a wage earner, but do not include the inability to sell the house because of a job transfer or relocation to another area".
VA loans can be available 2 years after a foreclosure. There are benefits to serving your country that don't show up on recruiting posters.
Based on your circumstances you should be able to find a lender to do an FHA loan. Just be prepaired to hear some "no"s before you find that "yes".