Well, you get some other stuff to help.
The state of Hawaii, given to you as a gift by a certain super-villain who wants some havok wreaked done but is too busy watching the 1st-6th season box set of **Firefly **to do it himself. (He just got back from Earth-2, you see, where Joss Whedon is beloved by everyone at Fox and always has been.) Your headquarters will be at Pearl Harbor, and you are already the legitimate ruler of Hawaii in the eyes of the United Nations.
The First Marine Expeditionary Force and the United States Third Fleet, both of whose personnel are compelled to obey you by a mind-control device that works only on them. You get both the troops and the gear. You do not have another mind-control device, and the one you have is maxed out; any new slave you acquire means releasing one of the ones you have, and you can neither control nor predict who will be released. If you want to recruit help you’ll have to rely on charm, coecion, bribery, or blackmail.
$500 billion stolen from Iraq over the past few years.
Most importantly, the GEM OF ZUVEMBIFICATION, which allows you to animate all the dead bodies in a 5-square-mile radius as Romero-type zombies; you can also use it to turn the zombie effect off at will. The latter act is irrevocable; once you deactivate a given zombie, you cannot raise it again. You cannot control the zombies beyond pointing them in a given direction, as they are too stupid. Any zombie created by being bitten (rather than the GoZ) will be turned off when you deactivate the zombie who bit it (or the zombie who bit that one, and so forth). You can use the Gem long-range, but only once a day. That’s for EITHER purpose; once you start a given rampage, you can’t do diddly about it (with the GoZ, anyway) for 24 hours.
Get to conquering.